Integration of SDMS and ELN systems

In a move to encourage greater interaction of disparate information, Waters Corporation and Symyx Technologies are to integrate the NuGenesis Scientific Data Management System (SDMS) with the Software Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) product.

‘The regulatory and competitive environments in which modern pharmaceutical and chemical products are developed demand the highest standards of IP traceability, compliance and efficiency,’ said Patrick Martell, director of Waters laboratory informatics. ‘This new integration of our products helps our customers keep pace with these demands.’

Scientists using Symyx ELN software will be able to retrieve data and documents stored in the NuGenesis SDMS system, saving considerable time and effort. The software will be available as an off-the-shelf solution.

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