Dotmatics Announces Licensing Agreement for Informatics Software With Compugen
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Dotmatics Ltd, has announced it has entered a licensing agreement with Compugen, a clinical-stage drug discovery and development company focused on immuno-oncology. The multi-year agreement will provide Compugen scientists based at the Company’s R&D facility in Israel with a single information management platform.
The agreement will give Compugen access to Dotmatics’ industry leading SaaS technology, including Bioregister, Inventory, Studies Notebook and Platform applications. The tools enable gathering, analyzing and visualizing project data and will facilitate project teams to become more efficient and make better informed decisions faster. The technology will replace Compugen’s current Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN), and may contribute to Compugen’s unique, predictive, cloud-based computational approach to identifying novel immuno-oncology drug targets and biomarkers. Dotmatics’ single platform will serve across different disciplines, consolidating research data to improve efficiency and productivity.
Erran Twigg, VP EMEA Dotmatics, commented: “We are delighted to have been selected by Compugen to provide a software solution that meets the company’s needs and aims to improve productivity. It is an exciting advancement to have our first implementation in the antibody research industry in Israel, and we look forward to further global growth.”
Eran Ophir, Ph.D. Vice President, Research and Drug Discovery, Compugen, commented: “We chose to work with Dotmatics due to its position as a leading, single platform for high quality scientific software. We believe that Dotmatics’ technology of integrated, configurable software is well suited to meet our specific and unique data management requirements, and will enable improved usage, accessibility and sharing of our proprietary generated information with the various teams within Compugen.”