PerkinElmer Collaborates with Waters on Chromatography Solutions
News Feb 18, 2015
PerkinElmer’s liquid chromatography (LC) and gas chromatography (GC) portfolio will be standardized on Waters Empower® Software, an industry leading chromatography data software (CDS) system that manages multi-vendor data and simplifies data collection, processing and reporting. This standardization will help PerkinElmer’s customers to simplify workflows by unifying their chromatography data onto one platform and delivering confidence in their analysis.
“Chromatography testing is critical to customers seeking to gain meaningful insights that can help make a significant impact on environmental health and safety, while navigating challenging industry regulations,” said Jon DiVincenzo, President, Environmental Health, PerkinElmer. “Our alliance with Waters combines cutting-edge chromatography technologies and sophisticated analysis software with leading application knowledge and best-in-class services.”
PerkinElmer anticipates that the collaboration with Waters will result in new product launches to meet the needs of companies in environmental, industrial and applied markets.
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