FEATURE: Vendors Await Day When Software is Easy as Point and Click | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov 7 - Incogen CEO Maciek Sasinowski probably said it best: what bioinformatics customers and vendors want is a “show-me-the-money-algorithm—enter the data, push a button, and out comes information on how best to capitalize from it.”

In other words an easy to use, comprehensive software solution that works straight out of the box.

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