Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. Establishes Partnership with ANDIA LTDA.
News Dec 02, 2010
ATL has been a leader in the LIMS industry for over 15 years, pioneering Windows-based LIMS and automating laboratories. ATL prides itself on providing its clients with a total data management solution and a commitment to excellence in product quality, support and training. The company hires experts in the fields of laboratory management, software development and automation. ATL has provided LIMS solutions for a number of industry segments including government, environmental, water/wastewater, commercial testing, food and beverage, mining, biotechnology, industrial hygiene, materials testing and agriculture.
ATL's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Dr. Christine Paszko commented, “We are very excited by the opportunity created by this partnership. ANDIA has a very strong reputation in Colombia as a provider of laboratory solutions and we feel confident they will represent ATL very well as we expand into Central America.”
ANDIA, in addition to marketing and selling products from the world’s leading laboratory software and equipment manufacturers, has a strong technical support organization that provides the total solutions to environmental laboratories including installation, repair and calibration services for the products it sells. Miriam Hertz, Sales Manager for ANDIA commented, “This represents a great opportunity for ANDIA and for Columbian organizations that will benefit from implementing this excellent tool for laboratories.”
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