October 2008

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HP Integration Strategies: Laboratory informatics' evolving role in the enterprise

Each day hydrocarbon processors perform hundreds of chemical analyses to ensure product quality, meet regulatory and safety standards, and, most importantly, minimize product quality giveaway. To keep..

Hollywood, Paula, ARC Advisory Group

Each day hydrocarbon processors perform hundreds of chemical analyses to ensure product quality, meet regulatory and safety standards, and, most importantly, minimize product quality giveaway. To keep pace with the growing complexity in manufacturing operations, heavy process industries are seeking laboratory informatics solutions that are process-centric, based on data standards that can be implemented globally, and easily integrated into higher-level business systems to reduce downtime, improve productivity and lower total ownership cost (TOC). Integrated solutions to improve visibility. Connectivity is crucial for real-time performance management, making visibility of information the dr

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