Freeslate licenses Accelrys software

Accelrys has exclusively licensed the RAS and Polyview components of the Lab Execution and Analysis (LEA) software suite to Freeslate for automated research applications.

Freeslate, owner of the Library Studio and Automation Studio modules of LEA, will now have the exclusive right to develop, sell and support the entire LEA software suite for high-throughput research. LEA will also be integrated with the Accelrys Enterprise Platform to include high-throughput research data and insights as part of customers’ overall information architecture.

The LEA software suite is the market-leading software solution for supporting high throughput research. It creates a one-of-a-kind, integrated software environment that spans the entire experimental process, from design of experiments, to the execution of experiments and collection of data, to the analysis and presentation of data. The software supports integrated multi-instrument automation and experiment control with real-time data collection and data processing through a single application.

The Accelrys Enterprise Platform is a unique, scientifically-aware software platform that enhances organisational efficiency, improves collaboration, and speeds innovation in lab-to-plant processes, enabling organisations to bring better products to market more quickly and efficiently. Using the Accelrys Enterprise Platform, companies can integrate all of their laboratory tools and applications to accelerate innovation and gain competitive advantage.

'We are very excited that we are now in a position to evolve the entire LEA solution suite to meet the needs of our customers,' commented John Senaldi, president and chief executive officer of Freeslate.

'This is one more example of our long-term commitment to develop a complete solution for high throughput research. When the powerful LEA software is combined with our laboratory automation systems, it ultimately translates to smarter, faste, and more efficient research.'

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