Blaze Systems Announces Strategic Partnership with KineMatic
News Dec 28, 2012
Blaze Systems, creator of the BlazeLIMS and BlazeLink suite of laboratory informatics products and KineMatik, creator of the eNovator Suite of R&D software products and Kinematik, a leading provider of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs), has announced a strategic alliance and reseller agreement.
Blaze Systems Corporation has been providing LIMS and instrument interfacing solutions to a broad range of functions and industries since it was established in 1992. Its BlazeLink informatics system middleware provides seamless integration between ELN, LIMS, SDMS, CDS, and test/analytical instruments.
Since 1999 KineMatik has helped R&D organizations collaborate, get products to market faster, and protect intellectual property by offering the eNovator suite of R&D software solutions.
“We are truly excited about our relationship with KineMatik,” says Larry DeHeer, Blaze Systems President. “Today it is all about speed to market, and the eNovator – BlazeLink – BlazeLIMS marriage gives the researcher a real productively boost in producing more results faster, and cataloging them for effective leveraging off the past work of others. That is something of which we are very proud, because good things are going to happen as a result.”
“Through our collaborative relationship, KineMatik has web-enabled tools from Blaze that provide simple and intelligent interfacing to a variety of external systems. KineMatik customers will benefit from seamless access to test data in LIMS, SDMS and instrumentation, along with the ability to issue test requests directly from an experiment. This collaboration will provide best-in-class capabilities for both ELN technology and analytical systems in a single ELN solution, available from a single source,” stated Michael C. Price, Vice President of Sales for KineMatik. “KineMatik realizes that seamless integration is key to ELN usability and as a focal point for all corporate data related to R&D, Intellectual Property and product development.”
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