ABI Partners with Geospiza in Drive to Make New LIMS Platform the Life Science Back Office | GenomeWeb

Applied Biosystems last week announced a co-development and marketing agreement with Geospiza under which the companies will integrate Geospiza’s Finch software suite with ABI’s new LS*LIMS laboratory workflow platform.

The agreement gives Seattle’s Geospiza — a privately held firm with only 27 employees — instant access to ABI’s global sales and marketing team. “We expect the impact to be significant,” Kevin Banks, vice president of business development at Geospiza, told BioInform.

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