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Titian Software to Host 2011 UGM in Philadelphia

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Titian Software, has announced that its 2011 US User Group Meeting (UGM) will take place on September 28-29 2011 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation Conference Center, Philadelphia, PA.

The UGM is being held back to back with the IQPC 7th Annual CMI 2011 Compound Management & Integrity Summit (26-28 September).

The comprehensive program of symposia will begin with opening remarks from Titian’s CEO, Edmund Wilson, where an update on the proven features of the Mosaic modular sample management software will be presented.

Throughout the meeting, leading speakers and users of the Mosaic software will have numerous opportunities to present their work and participate in a number of round table discussions, including:

• Inventory Searching
• Changing sample management functional roles

Titian’s leading modular sample management software, Mosaic, provides a comprehensive platform for both advanced enterprise-wide compound and sample library management or a simple one-stop solution for a single lab.

Titian’s Mosaic software optimizes the tracking, ordering and preparation of small molecule compounds, biological samples and reagents, in addition to providing workflow management modules, and full integration with compound stores, sample handling robotics and laboratory automation systems.

Mosaic has been developed for life science research organizations and pharmaceutical R&D laboratories and has been chosen by 13 of the top 20 bio-pharma companies.