ATL to Host Webcast Introducing Sample Master v10
News Mar 11, 2014
Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) will host the third in a series of complimentary webcasts on Wednesday, March 19, 2014, from 1:00PM- 1:30PM US Eastern Time, to share information on Sample Master® v10. This informative webinar will share high-level information on using the next generation of Sample Master® LIMS.
Built on .NET framework, Sample Master® v10 brings all the current functionality of Sample Master® to a web-based client, along with our latest mobile client, ATL iMobile. Organizations with multiple US locations and/or global operations will find this next generation technology especially beneficial.
Sample Master® v10 boasts a new look and feel, while continuing to offer the user-friendliness for which it has become known. Current users of Sample Master® will find its layout comfortably familiar, with no retraining of staff required.
Recommended attendees include laboratory owners, directors and managers, and quality managers and directors in the analytical, food & beverage, manufacturing (product/material testing), agriculture, energy, environmental, water/wastewater, life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and public health sectors.
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