|[September 25, 2013]
Success of Dotmatics' Annual User Group Meeting 2013 Confirmed by Record Attendance
BISHOPS STORTFORD, England --(Business Wire)--
has successfully concluded its annual European User Group Meeting (UGM)
in the United Kingdom. The annual event hosted more than 130 delegates
from the pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, agrochemical, academic and
research industries. The two day meeting included lively discussions
about the ability of the Dotmatics Platform to address multiple
challenges including biologics and small molecule registration and
tracking, biological screening, DMPK analysis, chemistry and biology
ELNs, and project management.
Leading scientists from industry and academia presented their
implementation of the Dotmatics Platform and the benefits that it has
brought into their organizations. Presenters included AstraZeneca,
Grünenthal, LEO Pharma, Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Cancer Research
Technology, EBI-EMBL and the universities of Leeds, Sussex, Dundee and
One of the highlights of the meeting was the release of Elemental
Draw. Dotmatics showcased the new Elemental Draw and Elemental apps,
which attracted a lot of attention and enthusiastic comments from the
audience. "We are very pleased with the feedback in response to
Elemental Draw provided by the scientists at the UGM," said Dr. Mike
Hartshorn, CSO at Dotmatics. "The
Elemental Suite provides a publication-quality chemistry drawing
package that works on MAC OS, Windows and mobile platforms and addresses
a clear challenge faced by chemists in different industries."
Dotmatics' CTO, Alastair Hill, presented the latest features and modules
added during the last year and offered a view into the future
development path of Dotmatics' solutions. "We continue to invest in
innovation and we are committed to leading the way in scientific
informatics," affirmed Alastair Hill. "Users' feedback provides
invaluable insights when blueprinting the expansion of our platform."
"From the start, Dotmatics has placed a strong emphasis on the quality
of its platform, services and strong relationship with users. The UGM
emphasised the company's uninterrupted commitment to listen to users,
deliver on their needs and contribute to their success," said Dr.
Stephen Gallagher, Dotmatics CEO." We are committed to delivering on the
demands of today's R&D organizations, by providing end-to-end solutions
and complementing existing informatics infrastructures with key
At the forefront of innovation, Dotmatics is a leading global scientific
informatics software and services provider, delivering solutions
tailored to the modern, highly collaborative and mobile pharmaceutical,
biotechnology and chemical industries as well as academia. Dotmatics'
enterprise solutions are flexible, scalable and configurable, providing
effective scientific information management across entire organizations,
from discovery research to development and early manufacturing.
Dotmatics has significant expertise in scientific informatics, including
database management for chemistry and biologics, electronic laboratory
notebooks, chemical and biological registration, screening data
management, SAR analysis, reporting, and visualization. Dotmatics
solutions are available for local or cloud deployment and they are
supported on Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows, MAC OS X and Linux. A privately owned
company, Dotmatics was founded in 2005 and their headquarters is based
south of Cambridge in the UK.
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