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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. and WaterTrax Partnership Announced

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
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Seamless LIMS Integration to Water and Wastewater Clients Now Available

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) a premier supplier of Laboratory Data Management Solutions is offering seamless integration with WaterTrax and ATL's LIMS products.
 
ATL is an ISO Certified firm that has been providing turnkey Laboratory Information Management System solutions (Sample Master® and TITAN®) to the water and wastewater industry for close to twenty years, with an integrated NPDES package, BOD calculator and mobile collection devices. The partnership formalizes the collaboration of ATL and WaterTrax to offer off-the shelf ATL LIMS integration with WaterTrax. ATL's LIMS are utilized to manage the day to day laboratory operations, sample processing, barcoding, data entry, instrument integration, QA/QC, Electronic data Transfer, Chemical Inventory, Resource Management, and Maintenance. "The partnership with Watertrax will formalize the integration we have been providing our customers for the past 8 years to ensure direct, seamless integration to eliminate transcription errors and ensure the highest data quality" stated Laura Lee Williford, ATL's Director of Sales and Marketing.
 
ATL offers Sample Master® Pro LIMS, a modular, feature rich product that offers clients the flexibility to purchase just the modules that they need with the ability to add additional modules as needed. ATL also offers TITAN®, a Laboratory Enterprise Resource Planning System. TITAN® is a comprehensive system that manages Purchase Orders, inventory, LIMS operations, financials, product specifications, MSDS, sophisticated reporting and much more.
 
WaterTrax is a leading software provider of reliable and easy-to-use water and wastewater data management products that help organizations manage their water and wastewater operational data and asset and maintenance data efficiently, while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. The software suites consolidate critical data from various input methods, including data uploads or transfers from in-house and contract laboratories that utilize LIMS systems.
 
"We are excited to partner with Accelerated Technologies Laboratories," stated Andrew Lewis, Director of Sales at WaterTrax. "The partnership builds on the strong relationship we have with laboratory partners and our clients to enable easy, error-free and fast uploading of their laboratory test results directly into WaterTrax from ATL's LIMS solutions."


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