Laboratory Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are measures of the performance of the laboratory and its activities, such as projects, processes, products or services. KPIs in laboratories are also used to track the performance of the inventory, devices, environment, data and results.
Today everyone is talking about digitalization. Businesses are starting to realize that digitalization defines the survival of the organization. Interestingly, laboratories are often the last that undergo such transformation. The reason is often not money. It’s because laboratories are data factories with processes that are continuously improving and therefore the most complex organizations to digitalize.
Many aspects of modern life are becoming tied to the digital world. You are using your smartphone to read emails, order taxi, check for directions and order food. But there is a place in this world that remained more or less immune to digitalization – a research laboratory.