iVention joins the Tetra Partner Network
TetraScience, a company that specialises in R&D cloud data, announced that iVention, maker of a Laboratory Execution System (iLES), has joined the Tetra Partner Network to meet customer requirements that all of their scientific data be engineered, liquid, and actionable so that they can accelerate delivery of life-saving medicines.
Alan Millar, vice president of business development for the Tetra Partner Network comments: ‘Customers are at the heart of everything we do at TetraScience. Increasingly, their focus is to maximize the liquidity of R&D data not only for extraction from vendor-specific software, but also its centralization, contextualization, and harmonization to facilitate bidirectional workflow automation and prepare for data science and machine learning. iVention is a rapidly-growing provider of innovative informatics solutions. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with such a future-looking company to help customers achieve the data innovations they most need.’
iLES combines LIMS, LES, ELN, and SDMS capabilities in a single platform that is 100 per cent web based and can be deployed from the cloud and used on any device, including mobile. As a Tetra Partner, iVention can amplify scientific data value for customers through the Tetra Data Platform (TDP) - the industry’s only R&D focused, vendor-agnostic, and cloud-native platform.
‘We share TetraScience’s vision to unlock and connect scientific data and are delighted that, through this partnership, iVention can bring even more value to our customers,’ says Oscar Kox, CEO, iVention. ‘By joining the Tetra Partner Network, iVention can continue to focus on developing valuable capabilities within our informatics products while also improving the efficiency of our customers’ scientific applications and workflows.’
Through open collaboration, the Tetra Partner Network functions as the only industry-wide catalyst to replatform scientific data to the cloud as a customer’s first step in the journey to a digital lab. Integrating iLES with TDP allows data to flow from laboratory instruments to iLES through productionized integrations, allowing customers to focus on science rather than data formatting.
‘In order to unlock the potential of life science R&D labs and dramatically accelerate discovery, we must capitalize on the power of AI and data science. A precondition to enabling these capabilities is moving the industry away from a legacy data model of silos and point-to-point integrations to a native and unified cloud-based data paradigm,’ explains Patrick Grady, chief executive officer, TetraScience. ‘Our partnership with iVention is an example of what can be done to enable the life sciences industry to accelerate discoveries that can help improve lives.’