Navigating LIMS Data Migration: Ensuring Seamless Transition and Lab Data Integrity

Webinar - LIMS Data Migration Ensuring Seamless Transition and Lab Data Integrity

CloudLIMS is pleased to announce a complimentary webinar titled “Navigating LIMS Data Migration: Ensuring Seamless Transition and Lab Data Integrity” on April 9, 2024, at 9 A.M. PDT (5 P.M. BST). The webinar will be presented by Montserrat Valdés, Sr. Scientist,

Webinar Overview

LIMS data migration, which involves moving data from an old LIMS to a new one, upgrading to a newer version of the LIMS, or consolidating data from multiple sources into a single LIMS, is a complex and transformative process that laboratories undertake to enhance efficiency, embrace technological advancements, and meet evolving industry standards. While essential for advancing laboratory operations, it presents a host of challenges that demand careful consideration. Laboratories face risks such as potential data loss, complexity in converting data formats, and the challenging task of ensuring quality assurance throughout the migration process. Data security concerns loom large, necessitating robust measures to safeguard sensitive information during the transition. Addressing these challenges requires a strategic approach, technical expertise, and a commitment to mitigating potential risks, ensuring a smooth and secure migration that preserves the integrity of laboratory data. 

This webinar dives deep into the crucial steps required for a successful LIMS data migration, highlights the best practices, and provides attendees an opportunity to learn from stories of laboratories that have made the transition successfully. 

Key Takeaways

  • What is LIMS data migration & its challenges?
  • What are the various steps and approaches for LIMS data migration?
  • What are the best practices for LIMS data migration?

When: April 9, 2024, at 9 A.M. PDT /5 P.M. BST

Webinar Duration: 40 minutes

The webinar includes 30 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of Q&A session.

Who Should Attend?

Recommended attendees include lab managers, directors, quality managers, and technicians of biobanks, clinical research and diagnostic labs, and analytical testing labs, such as cannabis, environmental, water, food and beverage, material, and oil and gas testing labs.


Montserrat Valdes is a highly skilled chemical engineer with a diverse background in research and industry. She holds a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and an Analytical Chemistry Diploma from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Currently, Montserrat is working with as a Senior Scientist.

In addition to her work as a chemist, Montserrat has also served as a research engineer, successfully coordinating various environmental projects of great importance. These projects include the simultaneous capture of NH3 and H2S using nanoparticles, the biodegradation of surrogate naphthenic acids, and the adsorptive removal of antibiotics from livestock waste streams.

Montserrat has also made significant contributions to scientific literature through her research articles and conference presentations. Her publications in journals such as the Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering and Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering highlight her expertise in topics ranging from nanotechnology applications to biodegradation and wastewater treatment.


Register for this free webinar to learn how you can ensure seamless transition and lab data integrity during a LIMS data migration exercise in your lab. After registration, you will receive a confirmation email with detailed instructions to join the webinar. Please contact us if you have any questions or need technical assistance joining the webinar.

If you are unable to attend the webinar, you can still register to receive a recording of the presentation on-demand.

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