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Titian to Provide Roche with Mosaic™ Software for Managing its Global Sample Banks

Published: Monday, February 13, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, February 13, 2012
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Ordering, management and workflow efficiency to be optimized using industry-favored software solution.

Titian Software announced that its Mosaic™ sample management software has recently been selected by Roche to provide fast, easy access to the company’s sample banks in Europe and the US. Mosaic, which is capable of seamlessly integrating with a wide range of automated robotic hardware and infrastructure, will make it easy for Roche employees worldwide to order compounds in a range of formats from one of several sample banks using a simple online ordering system. The new approach will optimize workflow efficiency while simplifying collaboration between users in different research sites across the globe. The software can be used to monitor the current status of available inventory in real-time, automatically generates shipment documentation and delivery notes, and provides information on sample delivery status.

Edmund Wilson, CEO of Titian, commented: “We are delighted to be working on this project with Roche. By offering a simple-to-use interface and by fully integrating with the company’s existing hardware, Mosaic will make it easy for users to quickly find, order and receive the compounds they need. With twelve years of experience working with most of the world’s leading pharma and biotech companies, we are proud to be the go-to provider for compound management solutions.”


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