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Acquisition Aligns Data Automation Capability with Future Needs
Aug 06 2020
Scientific informatics software and services company Dotmatics has announced the acquisition of Boston, US-based BioBright LLC, a leader in automating the flow of data from laboratory instruments to a secure cloud. The combined portfolio of lab data capture, data processing, electronic lab notebook (ELN) and data analytics capability from a single source will enable customers to automate their research data workflows without needing to manage multiple vendor relationships.
Dr Stephen Gallagher, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bishops Stortford, UK company Dotmatics, said “This is an exciting milestone in the history of Dotmatics and also hugely significant for our customers and the wider industry. For the first time world-leading informatics and lab data automation platforms are being brought together under a single vendor. Through complementary technologies, shared scientific expertise and industry insight, we will dramatically accelerate Dotmatics’ ability to innovate and drive lab data automation. We are delighted to welcome our new BioBright colleagues to Dotmatics and look forward to working together to create a game-changing solution for our customers’ journey towards the Lab of the Future.”
Charles Fracchia, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer BioBright, added: “Scientific research has moved from being process-driven to data-centric. Scientists are inferring the results of experiments by analysing more data than ever and real-time data processing of terabytes of data is enabling analyses which were simply not possible in the manual era. Companies that own the cleanest, best-annotated data will be the most successful in making ground-breaking discoveries within this new paradigm. We are excited to combine BioBright with Dotmatics to build out a unique end-to-end offering that will allow our customers to achieve their data-driven future.”
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