Dotmatics Licenses Browser, Nucleus and Vortex to BioFocus
News Dec 10, 2009
Dotmatics announces that it has licensed its enterprise query/reporting, data management, and data visualization and analytics tools to BioFocus. The solution will be used throughout BioFocus to query, browse, analyze and visualize information across research programs and project teams.
Stephen Gallagher, Chief Executive Officer of Dotmatics said "We've enjoyed a long relationship with BioFocus as it has, for some time, been using our Gateway system for managing and sharing information internally and with collaborators. I strongly believe that the addition of our reporting and analytics tools to their infrastructure will strengthen this relationship further, and we look forward to working them closely to continue to expand our offerings."
Angus Macleod, VP Medicinal Chemistry, BioFocus said "We have found the Gateway system to be a very effective vehicle for sharing information within project teams and with our partners. The adoption of additional tools from the Dotmatics suite is a natural extension that we are confident will add efficiency to our operations"
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