April 19, 2018: Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a leader in Laboratory Information Management Solutions (LIMS), is excited to announce that it will be exhibiting in Booth #1346 at the 2018 TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (ETFC) on May 15-16, 2018 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX. The ETFC is Texas’ premier environmental education forum and features topics such as air quality, laboratory practices and waste management and is organized and facilitated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
During the ETFC, ATL will be showcasing the following:
- ATL Sample Master® LIMS – consists of nine modules that allow you to build a solution that provides required functionality.
- ATL TITAN® LIMS – represents the next generation in LIMS by incorporating ERP capabilities along with an integrated Report Designer.
- Both Sample Master and TITAN have options for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or cloud deployment for clients that wish to leverage a hosted, managed solution. Both LIMS are VMware Ready™ and Citrix Ready® certified.
Both Sample Master and TITAN are supported by a complete line of complementary web products including Result Point® and ATL iMobile (for field or bench data collection). ATL iMobile is a web application that facilitates real-time field data collection using smartphones, tablets or laptops; this field data can be collected in a disconnected setting and port the values into the LIMS once Wi-Fi or a cellular connection is available. With the Result Point® web portal, users have 24/7 self-service secure access to sample status, test results, reports, EDDs, invoices and more from any desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
With this comprehensive laboratory automation portfolio, ATL provides a complete LIMS solution platform for environmental laboratories. Please stop by and talk to ATL at Booth #1346about your current and future laboratory automation needs.
The TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (ETFC) is Texas’ premier annual environmental education forum and features topics such as air quality, laboratory practices and waste management and is organized and facilitated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. This year the ETFC is being held May 15-16 in Austin, TX. For more information on the ETFC including agenda and registration details, please visit: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/p2/events/etfc/etf.html.