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Certara, LabLogic Sign Software Integration Agreement


Certara and LabLogic Systems have signed an agreement to integrate software products in their portfolios.

Under the contract terms, Certara’s Phoenix WinNonlin pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic modeling and non-compartmental analysis product will be integrated with LabLogic’s Debra Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) solution, which is used to manage data from absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion and protein-binding studies.

Huw Loaring, systems director at LabLogic, said in a statement, that the companies decided to integrate their products “in direct response to customer requests. We are always looking for ways to help our pharmaceutical customers to streamline their drug discovery process.”

The combined solution, Certara said, allows customers using Debra LIMS push their data directly into Phoenix WinNonlin. This direct communication “will increase system usability and should also provide quality control benefits,” Daniel Weiner, Certara’s senior vice president and general manager, said in a statement.

LabLogic is managing customer requests for this product integration.

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