Provides mobile access to catalyst recommendations on more than 150 chemical reactions
Johnson Matthey Catalysis and Chiral Technologies (JMCCT), a business unit of Johnson Matthey Fine Chemical Division, has launched its Catalytic Reaction Guide (CRG) as a free mobile application.
The app provides mobile access to catalyst recommendations on more than 150 chemical reactions in the area of homogeneous, heterogeneous and asymmetric catalysis. Users can easily view and search a full product listing with streamlined technical support, take advantage of an efficient quotation request process, and obtain contact information for the company's complete services offering.
JMCCT says it has made the guide mobile to enable customers to make informed purchasing decisions anywhere in the world. In addition to catalyst recommendations, the app features a convenient Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) searchable product listing and relevant literature references. The interface is fully customisable through a user profile that synchronises data with other devices for easy tracking of recommendations and details.
The CRG app is a cutting-edge, efficient means for customers to access catalytic reaction data
Gerard Compagnoni, General Manager of Johnson Matthey Catalysis and Chiral Technologies, said: 'The CRG app is a cutting-edge, efficient means for customers to access catalytic reaction data, and tap into JMCCT’s technical knowledge on the go.
'We are very excited to introduce the app for the benefit of our customers, and are looking forward to shortly debuting the online version of the CRG to round out this resource.'
The migration to a digital platform was directly driven by customer demand for the CRG in a more manageable format than traditional print, and was formally completed and put into beta testing late last year. Customers may download the app free of charge on any iPhone, iPad or Android device.
A complementary online CRG will go live on the JMCCT website this spring.