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ATL to Present and Exhibit at the CWEA Tri-Counties Workshop on June 13th

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a leader in Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), is excited to announce that it will present and exhibit at the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) Tri-Counties June Workshop. The Workshop will take place June 13th at the City of Simi Valley Water Quality Control Plant in Simi Valley, California.

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ATL to Present and Exhibit its LIMS and Laboratory Automation Solutions at the 2019 FSEA Spring Meeting

Lab Automation Advances & Trends in the Water/Wastewater Sector is a presentation that will resonate well with the FSEA audience. Ashtan Wydock, Quality Control Manager, at the Boca Raton (FL) Utility Services Department, and Ken Ochi, Manager of Global Marketing, at ATL, will focus on some of the key advances and trends in lab automation that have gained recent momentum in the water/wastewater sector. The presentation will also feature the City of Boca Raton and how they have leveraged their LIMS to help address some of these trends.

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ATL to Present at the 2019 Cannabis Science Conference – East

The presentation, Automating Cannabis Testing with LIMS, was co-authored by Dr. Christine Paszko, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at ATL and one of ATL’s customers, Dan Woodall, President at High Tide Lab Company. Mr. Woodall’s laboratory has implemented ATL’s Sample Master® LIMS solution to meet the laboratories needs for high data quality, compliance and efficiency. Attendees will learn about the benefits the LIMS has brought to his laboratory.

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ATL Webcast on April 3: Migrating from Labworks® LIMS

ATL will be co-presenting with Astrix Technology Group and providing migration planning guidance for existing Labworks® LIMS customers who are considering a move to another LIMS solution. ATL and Astrix will also be announcing a special “Trade In/Trade Up” program for current Labworks® customers.

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ATL to Present at the 2019 Cannabis Sciences Virtual Event

This virtual event allows attendees to participate with no travel or registration costs – it is completely complimentary. Automating Cannabis Testing with LIMS and Laboratory Automation will demonstrate how a LIMS is the nucleus to a comprehensive data management solution that automates more than just laboratory testing.

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ATL Webcast on March 13th: LIMS and Mobile Technology: Innovations in the Field

This webcast is an ideal session for organizations that routinely perform field testing and are looking for ways to improve data quality, operational efficiency and quality of service by leveraging technology. ATL has developed a solution that utilizes mobile technology to upload testing site data in real-time (or in cached mode) and eliminates paper forms and the need to manually re-enter data and field measurements from hard copies once back in the laboratory. This solution, iMobile, has been developed for use with both of ATL’s LIMS products, Sample Master® and TITAN®.

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ATL to Partner with Evantec Scientific at the 2019 CWEA Annual Conference

ATL and Evantec Scientific will share Booth #628 during the conference expo on Wednesday and Thursday, April 10-11th. ATL will be showcasing its market-leading LIMS solutions for water/wastewater laboratories, TITAN® and Sample Master®, along with a set of exciting complementary products that enhance the capabilities of both LIMS.

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ATL to Present and Exhibit at PITTCON 2019

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a leader in Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), is excited to announce that it will be exhibiting in Booth #2807 during PITTCON ,which runs from March 17-21, 2019. ATL is also scheduled to present a total of nine presentations during the Conference; seven talks, a poster session and an interactive DemoZone demonstration. PITTCON is the world’s leading conference on laboratory science and will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA.

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