Novatek International is very proud to once again announce that Ms. Susan Cleary, Associate Directors of R&D and Mr. Parsa Famili, President and CEO at Novatek International have contributed to the recent PDA publication: Environmental Monitoring, Volume 6, edited by Jeanne Moldenhauer, chapter 16 “Automation of Environmental Monitoring; Achieving Efficiency and Control”, 2012. This series is an edited volume with contributions from world experts. It provides readers with unique contributions related to current research and the future of Environmental Monitoring. Practitioners and researchers focused on microbiology, research and development, quality and environmental monitoring will find this book a valuable daily reference. Ms. Cleary and Mr. Famili have previously published number of chapters and articles, notably Environmental Monitoring, Volume 2, edited by Jeanne Moldenhauer, chapter 25 “Acquisition and Implementation of an Environmental Monitoring Program”. We encourage you to read Novatek International’s latest contribution in this highly informative PDA publication.
About Novatek International:
Novatek International has earned widespread industry support in setting innovation standards for the industry; therefore it is only logical for us to contribute to the industry. Novatek has welcomed hundreds of companies, large and small, from all over the world. This has increased our global user group by thousands; creating the largest Environmental Monitoring software user group in the world! Publications are a great method in which we can share with the industry this valuable knowledge.
Novatek will be showcasing Environmental Monitoring and its suite of LIMS products at the PDA/FDA meeting Sept 2012 in Baltimore, booth no. 21 and at the PDA’s 7th Annual Global Conference on Pharmaceutical Microbiology at Bethesda, MD, booth no. 19. We invite you to come view our latest versions and discover for yourself why Novatek’s NOVA-EM is the industry standard in environmental monitoring data management and microbial trending software.