Evaluating Legacy LIMS Part 2: LIMS Migration
Whether due to increases in data volume, regulatory constraints, M&As, globalization, outsourcing, or a myriad of other reasons, legacy LIMS are becoming extremely costly to manage, and many companies are finding themselves in a situation where their legacy system is not able to adequately keep up with changing business requirements.
Organizations looking to address deficiencies in their legacy LIMS have two options – re-architect/re-engineer their legacy system or purchase and migrate to a new LIMS. In part 1 of this blog series, we discussed the steps involved in re-architecting your legacy system, as well as the benefits of doing so. In this article, we’ll explore the other option – purchasing and migrating to a new LIMS.