In early 2012 ACD/Labs released ACD/Spectrus Processor, an all-in-one, multi-technique analytical data processing and chemical characterization tool for synthetic chemists. Professor Eugene Kwan of Harvard University reviewed the software and shares his impressions in this article for the Journal of Chemical Information and Modelling.

Looking specifically at the NMR capabilities of the software he discusses the ease of multiplet analysis (integration and determination of coupling constants), automatic generation of multiplet reports, and the capability for working with series of spectra and using ACD/NMR predictors in teaching.

“The bottom line is that if you want to spend more time thinking about chemistry and less time wrestling with your NMR software, this is the way to go.”
Eugene E. Kwan, Harvard University

J. Chem. Inf. Model, web June 2012.