Cosmetics software provider Coptis celebrates 25th anniversary

French cosmetics software provider Coptis is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

The Paris-based firm commemorated the quarter-century milestone with a cruise along the river Seine.

The special occasion was marked by the presence of the international Coptis team, customers and media representatives.

The company’s flagship product, Coptis Lab PLM, is a cosmetic formulation & regulatory compliance software that manages the entire development of a cosmetic product, from the marketing brief to the regulatory file.

It allows the cosmetics industry to efficiently manage development projects, reduce time to market, improve the quality and reliability of information and ensure product compliance with the regulations in effect.

Coptis Lab is supported by Coptis Ing, a database detailing more than 17,000 cosmetic raw materials; Coptis Reg, a newly launched regulatory database; and Coptis Tox, a database of toxicological information on over 3,000 substances.

Coptis has offices in France, the United States and Singapore. Coptis has a team of 40 people, primarily in the domains of chemistry and computer science, who ensure the constant improvement of its products.

This is further guaranteed by Coptis’ cosmetic expertise, its User Club and recommendations coming straight from the customer base.

"Our 25-year journey distinguishes us as the only player in the industry to benefit from such a rich experience, consolidating our position as a leader in this field. Since the beginning, we have remained true to our commitment to innovation, driving transformative change within the cosmetics industry." said Jonathan Coeur, Deputy CEO.

The company emphasized its ongoing commitment to enabling R&D managers to effectively tackle their challenges.

"Our core mission has always been to deliver solutions that empower cosmetic laboratories to succeed in an ever-evolving industry landscape, particularly in creating sustainable, high-performing products," Coeur added.

The company recently introduced the integration of AI technology into its Coptis PLM system.

"Through predictive analytics, our AI R&D program revolutionizes the traditional approach, evaluating formula stability before testing, thereby saving valuable time and resources while granting greater innovation in cosmetics product development”.

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