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Core Informatics Integrates Microsoft Office Web Apps Into Core ELN™

Published: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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Integration Provides Enhanced Internal Research Documentation and Partner Collaboration

Core Informatics, a leading provider of data and information management solutions to the life sciences, molecular diagnostics, and energy industries has announced a tight integration between Microsoft Office web applications including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and Core ELN™.  The Core ELN is a web-based electronic laboratory notebook used to capture, catalog, and secure R&D experimental data and intellectual property (IP).  The Core ELN possesses both structured and free-form data capture as well as searching capabilities that provide researchers with valuable insights on experimental results and design.

MS Office Web Apps are touch-friendly web applications that let you create, edit and share your Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files from any browser.  This new capability provides an easy to use collaborative forum within the Core ELN to share and discuss R&D experiments with colleagues & collaborators to reduce the time and number of experiments needed to obtain results and make appropriate decisions.

Anthony Uzzo, President of Core Informatics, says, "Through the integration with MS Office Web Apps, our existing and new users will enjoy the ease of documentation and communication benefits of the traditional MS Office suite of applications with direct interoperability with our Core ELN.  This enhanced capability will allow researchers and research partners to collaborate in a familiar forum allowing faster decision making for enhanced productivity."

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