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Amphora Research Systems Celebrates its Tenth Birthday
Date:2/28/2013

(PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Amphora is now one of the world's major suppliers of Electronic Lab Notebooks and associated record keeping systems for patent purposes.

Simon Coles, CEO and co-founder of Amphora, explains: "Today we celebrated our 10th anniversary of Amphora being a stand alone company. Quite a milestone.

"It's been a wonderful experience and I’m really looking forward to the next 10 years. This is starting to get fun!

"I'd like to publicly say how grateful I am for the continued help and support of employees, friends and early customers without whom we would never have enjoyed the success we have."

Amphora's particular strength and focus is to help organisations create experimental records that will stand the test of time - and the rigours of the courtroom.

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Amphora Research Systems has been releasing scientists from the tyranny of the Paper Laboratory Notebook since 1996. Amphora Research Systems is one of the world's leading suppliers of electronic laboratory notebooks. Its software products, including PatentSafe, are used around the world by large and small companies, including those in the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors. PatentSafe helps scientists to work better, collaborate easily with each other, and protect their inventions.

In July 2007, Amphora was awarded Frost & Sullivan's Market Penetration award based on its continued success in the ELN market.

For further information, please contact: Eleanor Scott, Amphora Research Systems Tel US: +1 800-221-3916×2054 Tel UK: +44 (0) 845 2300160×2054 Email: eleanors(at)amphora-research(dot)com
http://www.amphora-research.com

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