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2019 Webcast Schedule

ATL hosts a series of complimentary, informational webcasts for both prospective clients and existing customers. We know that investing in a LIMS requires a great deal of time and energy gathering requirements and evaluating options. Once you have successfully implemented the LIMS it then requires ongoing education and proper execution in the laboratory. 

Below you will find our current 2019 webcast schedule. Please note that the schedule may be updated to include additional webcasts. To register for a webcast simply click on the webcast title and fill in the simple registration form. You will then receive an email with webcast and audio details. If you register but cannot attend a webcast we will always follow-up with a link to the on-demand (recorded) version of the webcast

Please feel free to email ATL at events@atlab.com if you have any suggestions for future webcast topics – these information webcasts are designed to serve YOU and we are always looking for fresh webcast topics that are important to OUR clients.

All webcasts starting times are as followed below unless otherwise posted:

1:00  – 1:30PM  US Eastern Time
12:00 – 12:30PM US Central Time
11:00 – 11:30AM US Mountain Time
10:00 – 10:30AM US Pacific Time
DateTopic
January 16Using a LIMS to Solve Today's Most Common Laboratory Challenges
February 13LIMS: Beyond Sample Tracking and Testing
March 13LIMS and Mobile Technology: Innovations in the Field
April 3Migrating from Labworks LIMS – Best Practices from the Field
April 17A Practical Guide to Selecting the Right LIMS
May 15LIMS and the Cloud – A Compelling and Cost Effective Combination for the Laboratory
June 19The LIMS Project: Putting Together a Winning Team
July 17LIMS: The Backbone to Your Quality Management System (QMS)
August 14LIMS: A Critical Tool for Today’s Environmental Laboratory
September 18A LIMS Primer for the Cannabis Industry
October 16Top Ten Reasons to Purchase a LIMS
November 13Graduating from Spreadsheets to a True LIMS
December 11Roadmap to a Successful LIMS Needs Assessment