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And yet again, for the third year in a row, GeoMetrick Enterprises has been given an award from GHP (Global Health & Pharma) magazine. This year, in the Biotechnology Awards 2018, the award is for “Best Laboratory Software Implementation Company – Midwest USA”: GHP Magazine’s Biotechnology Awards 2018 GeoMetrick Enterprises’ Individual Award Listing Gloria Metrick […]
Some companies will write, generially, by their company names. Others will tell the names of the people who write the articles. I use my name for these posts, not merely the generic “GeoMetrick Entperprises” and I have some reasons for that.
Most of us in the laboratory informatics industry end up working on projects that aren’t close to home. I’m mainly talking about the area of services I work with, which are product selection, requirements gathering, and implementation services, such as configuration/customization. While I occasionally run into people who are getting local work, they’re the minority.
Once, again, GeoMetrick Enterprises has been awarded an ILA (International Life Science) award from Global Health & Pharma magazine for Best Laboratory Software Provider 2017: GHP International Life Sciences Awards 2017 (Full List) GeoMetrick Enterprises’ Listing Gloria Metrick GeoMetrick Enterprises http://www.GeoMetrick.com/
In my previous post “Web-Site Warning,” I mentioned that I’m just this week returning to do some work on my web-site. It’s refreshing my memory on a number of issues.
In my previous posts “End of Time at U of M – Regrets?” and “End of Time at U of M – Regrets? (Open Courseware),” I talked a little about experiences with this newfound employment. I’m still glad I did it.
In my previous post, I mentioned that I had planned to take a health analytics course and mentioned what a cool idea it was. You’re thinking this doesn’t sound so cool but, I assure you, it is. Please read on…
In my last post, “A Few Label Printing Tips,” I mentioned moving items on barcode labels around by pixels. That sounds tedious, doesn’t it? Well, actually, it is, but it’s sometimes easier than the drag-and-drop route.
Come see the turnkey LIMS/ELN/LES/SDMS system demo in South Detroit. It will take place in the distant future including free champagne and caviar to celebrate its release.