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Informatics Partnership provides Continuity across Workflows
May 03 2021
Scientific informatics software and services company Dotmatics has been selected by speciality materials provider Arkema as its informatics partner in an R&D digitalisation project. Under the 5 year agreement, the company’s electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) will be implemented across Arkema’s research sites in France, covering 800 users.
The unified platform will accommodate the diversity of Arkema’s workflow across synthetic chemistry, formulation and polymers allowing researchers to trace, share, secure and exploit all their R&D data internally and will facilitate collaboration with external partners.
Steve Gallagher, CEO of Dotmatics, commented: “With our shared spirit of collaboration, we are delighted to have been chosen as a partner to implement their R&D digitalisation project and we welcome Arkema to the Dotmatics community of global scientific organisations.
"Implementing Dotmatics’ ELN will allow Arkema researchers to leverage valuable corporate R&D data. Web-based rapid capture, search and retrieval of data combined with advanced analytics will support global shared decision-making, empowering scientists to innovate.”
Gérard Guilpain, Scientific Director of Digitalisation of R&D at Arkema, said: “The ELN is a fundamental digital building block for processing experimental results generated in our laboratories. We are happy to have selected Dotmatics, which will allow us to modernise our work approaches and use a cloud infrastructure as a space for digital continuity to gain value more rapidly from the Group’s research data.”
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