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2015 SDMS Distinguished Educator Award Recipient Bridgett Willey, MS, RT(R), RDMS, RDCS, RVT
In my experience, most organizations that have an SDMS do not realize its full potential and, as a result, sorely underutilize it.
Waters, which acquired NuGenesis in 2004 (see IBO 1/31/04), leads the SDMS market.
According to Greg Elmore, CEO of Syntervision, a managed services firm and SDMS OEM Partner, "We came across the Shark Distributed Monitoring System when searching for an affordable solution capable of handling high traffic volumes while simultaneously performing critical data analysis for a key customer installation with a very tight deadline.
Resultantly, a new generation of ELN emerged, converging functionalities seen in ELN, LIMS and even SDMS.
Since its 2009 inception, the SDMS Foundation has awarded more than a half million dollars to support programs that advance diagnostic medical sonography through research and education.
To keep up with the mountains of data generated by drug discovery research, leading research firms need solid information management solutions like Symyx Software and Waters NuGenesis SDMS," said Patrick Martell, director of Waters Laboratory Informatics.
The SDMS is pleased to recognize the SDMS members who received the ACS credential during the pilot program:
Some common ECM/SDMS solutions on the market include Agilent's Cerity ECM (formerly CyberLab) and OL, and Waters' NuGenesis SDMS.
SDMS collects, stores and retrieves electronic information from laboratory instruments and business applications and stores the data in a central database, according to NuGenesis.
Integration with NuGenesis SDMS and eLab Notebook software is designed to make data transfer transparent.