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Accelrys Completes $21.5M SciTegic Acquisition

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (GenomeWeb News) - Accelrys said today that it has completed its acquisition of research workflow software firm a deal worth approximately $21.5 million.


The deal, which was announced earlier this month, will see SciTegic become a wholly owned subsidiary of Accelrys, which plans to incorporate SciTegic's Pipeline Pilot software into its portfolio.


Both companies are based in San Diego, Calif. SciTegic said that it plans to remain there, and that Matt Hahn, co-founder and CEO of the SciTegic, will continue to manage the subsidiary's operations while reporting to Mark Emkjer, Accelrys' CEO.

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