NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life sciences text mining firm Linguamatics said today that it has incorporated a US subsidiary in Delaware, but its base of operations will be in the Boston area.
 
The Cambridge, UK-based firm also said that it has appointed Susan LeBeau as director of North American sales as it aims to meet “increasing demand in North America” for its products, Roger Hale, COO and co-founder of Linguamatics said in a statement.
 

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