Boehringer Ingelheim deploys ACD/Labs’ NMR software

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  • Published: Dec 7, 2016
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Source: ACD/Labs
  • Suppliers: ACD/Labs
  • Channels: NMR Knowledge Base / Chemometrics & Informatics

ACD/Labs, an informatics company that develops and commercializes solutions in support of chemical and pharmaceutical R&D, has announced that Boehringer Ingelheim, a leading pharmaceutical company, will deploy ACD/NMR Workbook Suite and ACD/NMR Predictors to NMR spectroscopists. It will also deploy ACD/Spectrus Processor to several hundred scientists in Europe and North America.

ACD/Labs shares the vision of standardized analytical data pursued by Boehringer Ingelheim and the Allotrope Foundation, an international association of pharmaceutical and biotech companies dedicated to building a ‘Laboratory Framework’ to improve efficiency in data acquisition, archiving and management. ACD/Labs’ unique expertise in vendor agnostic analytical data processing and management has made them the ‘go-to’ provider for two decades.

“It was attractive to our user base to access functionality lacking in instrument vendor software and static pdf reports, such as prediction of spectra from structure, assignment of peaks to structure, visualization of data, and interactivity to review and reanalyze data to research features that were not of interest when the analysis was first done,” says Paul-James Jones, IT business consultant at Boehringer Ingelheim and Allotrope project representative. “The move to a wider deployment of ACD/Labs tools provided simplification of our application landscape, helping us operate more efficiently from an IT perspective.”

“The fragmentation and siloing of analytical data is a problem that we help our customers address by supporting unification in a single, searchable software environment,” says Gabriela Cimpan, director of European sales, ACD/Labs. “We enable our customer organizations to extract maximum value from their investment in analytical data by storing human interpretations of data and helping them retain analytical intelligence. While this deployment of software is focused on supporting NMR spectroscopy, we look forward to working with Boehringer Ingelheim to extend their use of our portfolio to other techniques in the future.”

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