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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. Establishes Partnership with Brady Corporation

Published: Thursday, December 02, 2010
Last Updated: Thursday, December 02, 2010
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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a supplier of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), announce that Brady Corporation - North America will offer ATL’s customers printers and scanners in conjunction with ATL’s 2D Barcode Package.

ATL has been a leader in the LIMS industry for over 16 years, pioneering Windows-based LIMS and automating laboratories. ATL prides itself on providing its clients with a total data management solution and a commitment to excellence in product quality, support and training. The company hires experts in the fields of laboratory management, software development and automation. ATL has provided LIMS solutions for a number of industry segments including environmental, water/wastewater, commercial testing, food and beverage, mining, biotechnology, industrial hygiene, agriculture, public health and several other markets.

ATL's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Dr. Christine Paszko commented, “We are very excited by the opportunity created by this partnership. Brady North America brings high quality components for 2D Barcoding which complement ATL’s cutting edge LIMS and Laboratory Automation Solutions.”

Founded in 1914, Brady Corporation offers a vast product offering which includes high-performance labels and signs, safety devices, printing systems and software, and precision die-cut materials. Brady corporate headquarters is located in Milwaukee and employs more than 7,000 people at operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific.

In regards to their partnership with ATL, Brady Corporation states, “For laboratories, it’s all about ease of integration and information accuracy. We believe the partnership between Brady and ATL will provide exactly that: a hassle-free, reliable solution for implementing specimen identification.”


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