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TOPAZ Technologies Announces SoBran Inc. as New Customer
Date:10/27/2009

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- TOPAZ Technologies, a leading provider of medical research management software for the Biomedical Research industry, today announced that SoBran Inc. selected its GRANITE and Animal Protocols software as the primary medical research solutions for SoBran Inc.'s newest facility in Baltimore, Maryland.

SoBran Inc, one of the nation's fastest growing biomedical research support organizations, is opening its newest facility in November 2009. The SoBran Inc. staff of medical research professionals will use TOPAZ Technologies' GRANITE and Animal Protocols software to manage daily research operations, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) compliance requirements and support Good Laboratory Practices (GLP).

"TOPAZ Technologies' solutions have a strong reputation in the industry. That, combined with an impressive level of expertise and an inherent commitment to quality made them the clear choice for SoBran Inc.," said Greg Kelly, Ph.D., vice president, Biomedical Services at SoBran Inc. "Both GRANITE and Animal Protocols software will be integral to the daily operations and compliance management at our new facility."

"We're very excited SoBran Inc. selected TOPAZ Technologies as its software provider and look forward to a successful partnership," said J. Patrick Guider, Jr., president and chief executive officer of TOPAZ Technologies. "With the comprehensive features, flexibility and reliability of our IACUC software solutions, we are confident the new research facility will achieve the highest levels of operating efficiency and regulatory compliance."

A rich Internet application, TOPAZ Technologies' Animal Protocols IACUC software consists of three modules, Protocols, Reviews and Meetings modules, and has been developed to manage the entire IACUC protocol process, from submission to approval. Created to simplify animal research facilities management, TOPAZ Tec
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