Producing Quality Laboratory Data: A Systems Approach
With a myriad of laboratory testing services available to the customers in the current market, quality is one of the most important features that the customer desires for this service. In the production and service sectors, quality means meeting the customer’s expectations. The quality data produced by the laboratory thus needs to be accurate, defensible and fit-for-purpose to meet the customer’s expectations.
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