Transactional Content Management

PRODUCTS

  • Nalgene Carboys Rigid Containers
    Nalgene Carboys Rigid Containers

    Nalgene carboys for bulk storage of drugs and reagents
    Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ containers are made with high-quality resins that meet pharmaceutical, laboratory, and food grade standards. That’s why millions of Nalgene carboys and bottles are at work in bioproduction facilities and laboratories around the world. Choose from a wide range of quality carboys and jerricans to fit your application requirements—from collecting and mixing reagents, media, and bulk vaccines to storing active pharmaceutical ingredients.

  • NuAire In-VitroCell™ ES Model NU-5831 CO<sub>2</sub> Incubator
    NuAire In-VitroCell™ ES Model NU-5831 CO2 Incubator

    The In-VitroCell ES NU-5831 Direct Heat Hypoxic CO2 Incubator can lower oxygen levels in the growth chamber down to 0.5% accurate with in ±0.25% through the use of a Zirconia Ceramic O2 Sensor.

  • Fast Tune Notch Filters
    Fast Tune Notch Filters

    Teledyne Defense & Space (TDS) offers a range of fast tune notch filters (FTNF) that have been designed to protect Electronic Support Measures (ESM) receivers from high duty cycle, frequency agile interference produced by on board (or cohort) combat radar systems. ESM sensors need protection from high-level, long pulse and frequency-agile radars.

  • Aqua Rhino™ In-Channel Escalating Screen
    Aqua Rhino™ In-Channel Escalating Screen

    The Aqua Rhino™  represents the next generation step screen, providing unmatched durability, ease of operation and ultimate protection for your downstream process equipment. 

  • Atmospheric Distillation Analyzer: Diana 700
    Atmospheric Distillation Analyzer: Diana 700

    Diana 700 is the ideal solution for automatically performing high-precision distillation range analysis at atmospheric pressure. Typical samples to be characterized include petrochemical products, aromatic hydrocarbons as well as other volatile organic liquids.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Asset Inspection App Cuts Workforce Requirement By Half

    UK Power Networks serves over eight million customers in the Greater London and south east areas. This large customer base depends on safe, reliable electric service. Recurring fires in underground cable pits posed a public hazard and caused power outages. The utility contracted Black & Veatch to rapidly inspect its facilities. Collector for ArcGIS enabled fast and accurate inspections and provided actionable data to help ensure the public's safety. 

  • Merchant Services Provider Alaska Financial Goes All-In On POS
    Merchant Services Provider Alaska Financial Goes All-In On POS

    Today, selling merchant services without any sort of value-add is a recipe for disaster. Those in this business suffer from shrinking margins and high attrition rates when competing on price alone. Some ISOs and agents, however, have adjusted their business model to address these trends.

  • Digital Transformation: What Does It Mean For Customer Experience Management
    Digital Transformation: What Does It Mean For Customer Experience Management

    The customer experience (CX) space is crowded with buzzwords. Is "digital transformation" one of them?

  • The BlueLine Rental Company Turnaround
    The BlueLine Rental Company Turnaround

    How CEO, Asterios Satrazemis Turns Blueline Rental Profitable with an Emphasis on Culture and Communication — and the Help of Zinc.

  • Document Scanning Workstations Improve Mail- and Document-Handling Operations For Key Client
    Document Scanning Workstations Improve Mail- and Document-Handling Operations For Key Client

    When it comes to document management, productivity and accuracy are critical and require enterprise-class technology to ensure efficiency and traceability. EXL was able to improve efficiency by several hours per day and reduce resource requirements significantly using OPEX® FalconRED® and Falcon® document scanners for a high-volume customer.

  • Improving Patient Experience And Employee Engagement At University Of Chicago Medicine
    Improving Patient Experience And Employee Engagement At University Of Chicago Medicine

    At University of Chicago Medicine, we’ve been on a journey to make our experience match our science. One of the key efforts on that journey was to introduce iPad-based rounding as a tool to help nurse leaders identify and solve any patient or family concerns quickly and efficiently, as well as to recognize nurses and other staff members for excellence. We also wanted to capture patient comments in a way that would help inform system-level improvement efforts.

  • Inside Look: Halliburton’s Implementation of an End to End Solution
    Inside Look: Halliburton’s Implementation of an End to End Solution

    Inside Look: Halliburton’s Implementation Of An End To End Solution

  • FLIR GF306 Helps Improve Environmental Performance At Scottish And Southern Energy Power Distribution
    FLIR GF306 Helps Improve Environmental Performance At Scottish And Southern Energy Power Distribution

    SF6 (sulphur hexafluoride) gas is used in energy networks as an insulator in substations. Although SF6 is an excellent insulator, used all over the world, it is also a potent greenhouse gas. That’s why the careful management of SF6 assets is a key priority for Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution. The company regularly inspects equipment containing SF6 to prevent leaks, and act quickly when a leak is identified. SSEPD have found a tool that can help with its SF6 maintenance program: thermal imaging cameras from FLIR.

  • Improve Field Service Productivity With Mobile Forms
    Improve Field Service Productivity With Mobile Forms

    Mobile technology has changed the way people do their jobs. Businesses engaged in field data collection are increasingly recognizing the importance of integrating mobile technology into field worker operations. Businesses who are still relying on paper-based manual processes face a number of productivity challenges

  • Why User Experience Is Essential to Success with EDC
    Why User Experience Is Essential to Success with EDC

    Busy and diversified sponsor organization required a data management solution flexible enough to meet the unique requirements of each therapeutic area of study.

  • AAA Fuels Productivity Engine With Paperless Form Automation Solution
    AAA Fuels Productivity Engine With Paperless Form Automation Solution

    AAA Carolinas is one of the largest and fastest growing AAA clubs. Headquartered in Charlotte, the club has over 1,300 employees and offers a wide range of services, including emergency roadside assistance, travel and touring information, insurance counseling, and automotive repair. The club completes roughly 500 service calls every day, totaling about 15,000 monthly.

  • Springdale, Arkansas, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Call Headworks Screens 'Bulletproof'
    Springdale, Arkansas, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Call Headworks Screens 'Bulletproof'

    The Poultry Capital of the World is a city in northwest Arkansas in the heart of the Ozark Mountain range. Springdale, Arkansas, the fourth largest city in the state, is the headquarters for Tyson Food Corporation, the world's largest meat-producing company. The city was founded in the mid-1800s and has been a hub for agriculture and industry in the region since then. In addition, the region is home to outdoors activities like fishing, hunting, camping, boating, etc., and the natural, outdoors life is enjoyed by many residents as well as visitors to the area.

NEWS

  • Faster And Better Machining Performance: On Existing Equipment

    Many machine manufacturers already have the BIG-PLUS dual contact spindle system from BIG KAISER running on their production lines. However, most users do not yet realize the major benefits that this provides

  • Quantum Chains In Graphene Nanoribbons

    Empa researchers, together with colleagues from the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz and other partners, have achieved a breakthrough that could in future be used for precise nanotransistors or – in the distant future – possibly even quantum computers, as the team reports in the current issue of the scientific journal "Nature".

  • Scientists Mix The Unmixable To Create 'Shocking' Nanoparticles

    Making a giant leap in the 'tiny' field of nanoscience, a multi-institutional team of researchers is the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible, or incapable of being mixed or blended together.

  • DMU Team Joins Scottish Water To Tackle Toxic Threats To Aquatic Life

    A De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) team has trialled a pioneering new system with the support of Scottish Water to clean toxic industrial wastewaters -- a process that could benefit our health, the environment and industry.

  • Astronomers Detect Ancient Signal From First Stars In Universe

    For the first time, astronomers have detected a signal from stars emerging in the early universe. Using a radio antenna not much larger than a refrigerator, the researchers discovered that ancient suns were active within 180 million years of the Big Bang.