NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Invitrogen and SciQuest have signed a partnership to provide an electronic procurement software platform to Invitrogen's customers, the companies said today.
 
SciQuest, based in Research Triangle Park, NC, specializes in on-demand supply management and automated procurement solutions.
 
The partnership will enable customers to use SciQuest's software to electronically purchase products from Invitrogen along with other vendors with a single purchase order, the companies said.

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