ATL and iCD Partner Up at Pittcon 2012 to Exhibit Data Automation and LIMS Solutions
News Mar 01, 2012
Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a premier supplier of Laboratory Data Management Solutions, and ATL's European partner, the Institute for Consulting and Data Handling (iCD), will again be exhibiting together in booth #1959 at PITTCON, March 11 - 15, 2012, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
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 LIMS business rules to match their organizations' requirements, rather than modifying their way of doing business to fit a software package.
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 in addition to its proven record of unrivaled data automation and management.
iCD will exhibit solutions including LABS/Q, a market-leading LIMS for the pharmaceutical and process manufacturing industries, and LABS/QM for SAP integration along with instrument integration via LABS/QM. iCD will also be exhibiting VALIDAT, the premier method validation software used by top pharmaceutical firms worldwide, which provides statistical analysis, automatically generates regulatory reports and graphics with full regulatory compliance, and walks users through various checkpoints including precision, accuracy, linearity, etc.
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