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PDS to Launch New Products at SOT Meeting

By Kristin Brooks | March 24, 2014

Will demonstrate Ascentos, TranSEND, and Q-Finder solutions

PDS is launching several new products at the Society of Toxicology 2014 Annual Meeting, along with a new branding campaign reflecting the company’s recent change in strategic focus. “As our new branding suggests, we have been making software that works like scientists think for more than 30 years,” said Sayed Badrawi, chief executive officer of PDS. “Our latest products are the ultimate refinement of that concept.”
           
PDS will demonstrate Ascentos, an integrated software suite for preclinical research, and TranSEND, a new FDA submission management solution designed to automate data translation from multiple sources into a single set of harmonized SEND files in compliance with new submission standards. The company will also introduce its Q-Finder, a bioinformatics data analysis and visualization platform.
           
“We expect to make a splash at SOT,” said Maro Schuster, senior vice president of business development. “We have breakthrough technology in preclinical data management, and we’re eager to show it to our clients and colleagues.” 
           

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