PREMIER Biosoft Wins CIOReview's "Company of the Year" Award
News Feb 19, 2015
PREMIER Biosoft has announced that it was felicitated with the "Company of the Year" award for the year 2014 in the life science category by CIOReview magazine.
PREMIER Biosoft was selected for its innovative strategy, flexible and agile IT infrastructure, in addition to its ability to evolve based on market needs.
"To be recognized by CIOReview is truly an honor. All of our business strategies are focused on fostering a culture of innovation", said Arun Apte, CEO, PREMIER Biosoft.
CIOReview is a technology magazine that talks about enterprise solutions that can redefine the business goals of tomorrow. CIOReview acts as a platform allowing high level executives to share their insights, which in turn helps the start-up ecosystem, and supports technology and business leaders with analysis on information technology trends.
The CIOReview magazine awards select companies that have achieved great heights because of their innovative products and services. The award acknowledges companies that have created a positive impact on the market.
PREMIER Biosoft is a leader in the mass spectrometry software market offering a five product strong portfolio.
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