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ATL to Exhibit at 2012 Florida Water Professionals Conference

Published: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
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ATL will their Laboratory Information Management System )LIMS) and other laboratory solutions at the upcoming 2012 Florida Water Professionals Fall Conference

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a premier supplier of Laboratory Data Management Solutions, will exhibit in booth #110 at the 2012 Florida Section Fall Conference held November 25-29 2012, at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando.
 
ATL will be featuring its revolutionary Laboratory Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, TITAN®, which represents the next generation in Laboratory Information Management Solutions. TITAN® leverages almost two decades of laboratory informatics expertise to define the new standard, offering a feature-rich user experience that simplifies and promotes automation and productivity through streamlined work processes.
 
Utilizing Microsoft ClickOnce deployment for easy installation and upgrading, TITAN® is highly configurable and provides users the ability to tailor the LIMS business rules to match their organizations' requirements, rather than modifying their way of doing business to fit a software package. ATL will also be exhibiting the iMobile for field data collection and the secure web portal Result Point®.
 
In addition, ATL will be exhibiting its flagship product Sample Master® Pro v9 LIMS, which boasts a brand new look and feel, complete with new icons and ribbons, providing users a better interface and richer experience. There are 10 feature rich modules from Sample Tracking, 1D and 2D barcode support, Data Entry, Sample Scheduling, QA/QC, Electronic Data Transfer, Chemical Inventory, Resource Management, Time Tracking, CRM and Maintenance. 


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