LiMSEO was founded in July 2013 by David Bourgeois, a graduate chemical engineer from Ecole Centrale Marseille and a project management specialist, and a number of associates, among them Dominique Ferré, a graduate electronics engineer from ESIEA, a database expert and LIMS product manager since 1996, to run the LabSolution® business, which was acquired from Altik in September 2013.
Since the first version of the LabSolution® LIMS was launched in 1995, the LiMSEO team has developed an acknowledged expertise in the field and is known for its strong customer focus.
Right from your initial enquiry, LiMSEO listens to your needs in order to design the best possible solution for your laboratory computerisation.
We offer excellent value for money and a project organisation designed to fit as closely as possible with your requirements and availability.
- LiMSEO delivers an intuitive LIMS application, reducing setup and maintenance costs
- LiMSEO works alongside you throughout the implementation phase, offering expert advice to deliver an application which truly meets your needs
- LiMSEO offers comprehensive training support to give you full control over your LIMS as quickly as possible
- LiMSEO supports you throughout the project to develop a relationship based on mutual trust
- LiMSEO is there for you for the long term, with a customer support hotline, with new functions and features, and with modules designed to meet the changing needs of your laboratory.
LiMSEO offers a quality-centred approach based on:
- Rigorous project management designed to identify the operational requirements of the laboratory and to ensure that every element is approved by the client
- Delivery within budget through close liaison with designated contacts and careful project monitoring
- Delivery on time thanks to accurate dashboards (scheduling, configuration progress monitoring, financial monitoring, etc.)
- A configuration manual to assist with maintaining the standard software
- Use of pragmatic, tried-and-tested skills transfer methods for maximum autonomy and minimal maintenance costs