MDL® Isentris® platform selected by LEO Pharma
Discovery informatics architecture enhances R&D productivity by integrating informatics and workflow
SAN LEANDRO, CA – December TBD, 2005 – Elsevier MDL is pleased to announce that LEO Pharma, one of Denmark’s leading research-based pharma companies, has selected the complete MDL® Isentris® information management and integration platform for its R&D operations. As the first open-standards-based, n-tier discovery informatics platform specifically designed for life sciences researchers, Isentris is unique in effectively integrating the data and workflow applications scientists use every day and promoting a self-service research environment to enhance decision making and improve R&D productivity.
“LEO Pharma is a global company committed to developing innovative and efficacious products and associated services,” said Karsten Linneberg, head of section, R&D IT, department of spectroscopy, LEO Pharma. “As such, we are continually seeking to improve the day-to-day efficiency and productivity of our R&D teams. By playing a central role in integrating data and workflow applications and fostering knowledge-driven decisions, Isentris will accelerate and streamline LEO Pharma’s intensive R&D activities.”
“The complete MDL Isentris platform offers research organizations a clear path to better decisions, shorter cycle times and a higher return on investment,” said Lars Barfod, president & chief executive officer of Elsevier MDL. “We are delighted that LEO Pharma has elected to migrate from MDL® ISIS to the full suite of next-generation MDL Isentris products. This is further confirmation that Isentris is being accepted as the integrated informatics platform of choice for life sciences R&D organizations.”
The MDL® Isentris® Enterprise Edition platform includes the revolutionary MDL® Base user interface, MDL® Draw chemical drawing and rendering software, MDL® Core Interface middle tier with Integrating Data Source and the MDL® Direct chemical data cartridges for molecules and reactions. Full compatibility with MDL ISIS ensures easy transition to Isentris. For more information about MDL Isentris and associated data and workflow applications, visit www.mdl.com.
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