Enlarged Sales Team Helps CombiMatrix Post 21-Percent Jump in Q4 Revenue | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Having made "significant changes in sales force and sales leadership," CombiMatrix is now poised for growth, according to its CEO.

Judd Jessup credited the firm's new sales team with CombiMatrix's financial performance in the fourth quarter, during which revenues increased 21 percent year over year atop a 38-percent spike in demand for subsidiary CombiMatrix Molecular Diagnostics' genetic-testing services.

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