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Titian Software to Preview Latest Version of its Leading Sample Management Software

Published: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Mosaic 6.0 enhances the management of compounds, biologicals and reagents.

Titian Software has announced that it will preview Mosaic 6.0, the latest and most advanced version of its established sample management software, at BioIT World in Boston, MA (29 April - 1 May 2014), booth #353.

Scheduled for launch in Summer 2014, Mosaic 6.0 has been developed progressively over the last 12 years in response to the evermore sophisticated requirements in the management of compounds, biologicals, reagents and standards.

Mosaic supports sample supply workflows in all sizes of life science organizations in industry and academia, from multi-continent, enterprise-wide installations, to those in a single lab. The key to this flexibility is the scalable and modular software infrastructure, providing a comprehensive solution to sample management, and satisfying the need to improve throughput while maintaining sample integrity and inventory accuracy.

Offering seamless integration with 3rd party IT infrastructure, Mosaic modules are available for: inventory tracking, ordering, sample processing - including integration with existing laboratory automation - and shipment of samples off-site.

As part of the new functionality offered by Mosaic 6.0, users will benefit from improved interfaces for inventory management, enabling convenient and quick inventory search functions, even across multiple sites. New Ordering pages featuring standard templates will also be available, streamlining and coordinating order placement across several locations.

“We’ve developed Mosaic continuously and as a modular suite to ensure that functions can evolve in-line with the changing demands on a sample management set-up”, said Edmund Wilson, Titian’s CEO. “With Mosaic 6.0 we have notably expanded our multisite capabilities, providing users with more intuitive and accessible functions to manage samples effectively across distinct sites. We look forward to continuing to work with our customers to ensure that Mosaic always offers the best solution for any sample management application in pharma and biopharma, agroscience, research hospitals and biobanking”.

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