New Distributor Contract Signals Titian Software's Commitment to China
9/24/2013 11:15:29 AM
LONDON, UK (24 September 2013): Leading sample management software provider, Titian Software, is making strategic investments in China to support the growing global popularity of its Mosaic sample management software. As part of this, Titian has recently granted exclusive distribution rights to LBD Life Sciences, who will represent Titian’s Mosaic in China and provide a more accessible support service for Chinese customers. Based in Shanghai, a dedicated Application Support Specialist with advanced technical and operational knowledge of Mosaic will be on-hand, providing new and existing users with a local contact for readily available help and expertise.
Titian continues its successful expansion in the Far East, and last year saw the integration of Mosaic software into another three major Chinese research institutions and commercial R&D facilities, with further sites under discussion. The new distributorship agreement allows LBD Life Sciences China to respond to the growing demand for an efficient sample management set-up, and explore further opportunities for Mosaic with Chinese customers.
Commenting on the evolving implementation of the Mosaic sample management software in Asia, Edmund Wilson, Titian’s CEO, said: “Mosaic has been designed to provide comprehensive and reliable sample management for sites worldwide. In the US and Europe it has been established as the de facto standard in sample management for several years and its increasing uptake in Asia - and especially China - is proof of its impact and suitability for global operations. We are keen to further expand the reach of Mosaic, and our new agreement with LBD Life Sciences will allow us to give our Chinese customers the same level of support as that enjoyed by our customers in other regions.”
The industry-leading Mosaic software enables efficient and comprehensive management of compounds, biological collections, reagents and standards. With core modules for sample ordering, sophisticated inventory manipulation and workflow management, the latest development, Mosaic 5.0, also permits extensive integration capability with a range of automated stores and dispensing systems for maximum productivity.
For more information please visit the Titian Software website, www.titian.co.uk.
Established in 1999, Titian supplies software products and consultancy services that help clients to improve the management of samples (compounds, reagents and biological samples) for their vital research processes. 13 of the Top 20 pharma/bio-pharma companies have chosen Titian’s Mosaic sample management technologies to provide increased sample quality, service levels, and sample conservation while reducing overall operating cost and time.
Mosaic – modular sample management software
Mosaic is Titian Software’s comprehensive, modular software product to control and monitor all aspects of sample storage and preparation. These include sample inventory tracking and ordering, workflow management, control of third party robotic equipment such as automated stores and liquid handlers, and integration with existing IT systems. From small biotech to global pharma, Mosaic helps to provide a seamless, error-free sample supply chain.
Titian provides strategic and technical consultancy to help life science research organisations optimize their sample management processes. Building on over 10 years of experience and extensive knowledge of industry best practice, Titian offers consultancy services including user requirements capture, process mapping and re-engineering, and software system implementation.
LBD Life Sciences China
LBD Life Sciences (China) is a spin out of the leading European technology company TTP Group in 2010. LBD focuses on introducing innovative laboratory solutions for life science research with a mission of “Innovation Nurtures Creation”. LBD aims to help its customers optimize workflow, minimize cost and achieve scientific creation
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