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The PDS ToxData, ReproData, and PathData User Group Meeting for 2009 Concludes - User Presentations, In-Depth Workshops and U2U Networking Dominate Agenda
Date:5/7/2009

State of the Company, new users and innovations in products at PDS continue on excellent track.

Mount Arlington, NJ (PRWEB) May 7, 2009 -- PDS Pathology Data Systems, Ltd., developers of the integrated software systems ToxData®, ReproData®, and PathData®, recently held their annual global user group meeting at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, New Jersey that was attended by almost 100 users from around the world. The meeting was highlighted by User presentations including Bristol-Myers Squibb, BASF, Pfizer, HSRL, and Merial Ltd.

During a recap of the healthy state of the company, Reto Aerni, CEO of PDS, noted that while traditional licensing of the software strongly continues, there is a growing segment of the users that are licensing the PDS software systems using the company's subscription option-- also known as Software as a Service (SaaS). Unlike other preclinical software vendors, PDS is able to provide subscription access to its software through its GLP-Certified hosting center, thus allowing its customers to preserve fiscal and human resources, reduce implementation time and transfer much of the responsibility of maintaining a GLP-Certified system directly to PDS. As the preclinical market innovator in offering its software via subscription and the only one to be able to do so under a GLP-Certification, PDS customers are able to have confidence regarding the studies conducted using PDS software. It was noted that the subscription option minimizes up-front costs and allows the customers to simply pay-as-they-go without the need of capital expenditures or long-term commitments.

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