Titian Software Continues Significant Growth Trend
News Feb 20, 2015
Titian Software has further expanded its US operation following years of robust growth. Over the past decade, innovation and continued development of its pre-eminent sample management software, Mosaic, has secured it as the preferred choice for most of the world’s top 20 bio-pharma companies.
Mosaic 6.0, released in late 2014, is optimized for the storage, processing, tracking and ordering of compounds, biologicals and reagents, improving the efficiency, throughput and integrity of sample management operations. Continuing its expansion, Titian has now appointed Rhonda Petit to cover East Coast sales, enabling the company to solidify and extend its reach in the US.
Since January 2011, Titian has more than tripled in size, expanding its workforce in all areas of operations including the US, where Rhonda’s appointment takes Titian’s US team to 12 people. As Rhonda says: “I’m really pleased to be joining the team. Mosaic is such a great product, and Titian is a vibrant company that really looks after its customers.”
The significant growth has come on the back of the increasing use of Mosaic for managing compound collections and also biological samples and reagents. With the flexibility to handle everything from small collections to global inventories, this has led to an expansion of Mosaic’s applications to include pharma and biopharma, CROs, biobanks, research hospitals and agroscience companies.
Available with the latest incarnation of Mosaic is the optional Assay Requesting module. Designed to significantly improve efficiency, the module allows simple requesting through pre-defined assay parameters, enables assay/sample bank managers to respond efficiently to requests and optimizes the use of reagents and consumables in assays. Increased efficiency in the use of all resources results in major cost savings.
Speaking of the company’s growth and development, Titian Software’s CEO, Edmund Wilson, said: “We strive to ensure that Mosaic is the best solution for managing samples of any type, in any situation and any location. With this vision, Titian Software continues to go from strength to strength in Europe, Asia and North America. Mosaic 6.0 has been another major step forward, continuing to improve the efficiency of sample management for all those who need it.”
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