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Waters Releases NuGenesis SDMS 7.1 Validated to Support Windows 7 and Empower 3 CDS
Date:1/27/2011

MILFORD, Mass., Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) today announced the release of NuGenesis® Scientific Data Management System 7.1 Service Release 7 (SR-7), structurally validated to support Microsoft's Windows 7, both Professional and Enterprise 32bit versions, and Waters new Empower™ 3 Chromatography Data System (CDS).  

Additionally, the NuGenesis SDMS 7.1 release features new functionality for enhanced SOP management, new instrument inventory capabilities, and new technical foundation for interfaces between Vision Publisher and SAP-QM or other LIMS systems.

"Whether for desired efficiency gains or regulatory requirements, our customers are increasingly integrating standard operating procedures (SOPs) using a range of instruments into their laboratory IT environments," said Dr. Maren Fiege, Informatics Senior Product Manager for the Waters Division.  "Facilitating streamlined workflow procedures, SDMS 7.1 is the first release to support Windows 7 and Waters new Empower 3 CDS. Customers can move forward with SDMS and Vision Publisher using a state-of-the-art platform and benefit from streamlined QA/QC workflows, optimizing productivity and efficiency and supporting Lean Six Sigma initiatives."

The NuGenesis SDMS is an automated electronic repository that stores and manages all types of scientific data to a centralized database, offering excellent integration with a multitude of research applications.

Scientists at leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology and chemical/industrial companies have standardized on SDMS because it can accelerate research, improve scientific collaboration, preserves data for the long term, and provide documentation and protection for intellectual property and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance.  Using automated "file and print capture" technology, SDMS captures and stores the critical sc
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