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Mosaic Software

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Mosaic is Titian’s comprehensive software platform, purpose-built for the management of samples, including:

  • Compounds
  • Biologicals
  • Reagents

Designed to provide rest-assured sample inventory, tracking and an error-free supply chain, Mosaic can streamline your sample workflows for maximum efficiency and in-house productivity.

Flexible scalability for your requirements

Mosaic is a modular product that enables you to cost-effectively manage your samples, from small collections through to large global inventories and workflows.

How can Mosaic help?

  • Simplified operations within the lab, freeing expert staff from repetitive machine setup tasks
  • Fewer human errors in sample preparation and associated data handling
  • Thorough audit trails
  • Improved sample conservation
  • Scalability to meet your size and application-specific requirements
  • Management of diverse sample types from small molecule compounds to tissue collections

Product Mosaic Software
Company Titian Software Ltd
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Titian Software Ltd
2 Newhams Row London SE1 3UZ UK

Tel: +44 (0)20 7367 6840
Fax: +44 20 7367 6868
Email: info@titian.co.uk



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