Accelrys Adds Scynexis' SaaS Platform to Its Cheminformatics Suite | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Accelrys said this week that it has signed a reseller agreement that enables it to sell Scynexis software-as-a-service platform as part of its Cheminformatics suite.

The company said the addition of the Hit Explorer Operating System, or HEOS, will support real-time data sharing across disparate organizations — multiple companies, academic institutions, and contract research organizations — that are engaged in collaborative drug discovery.

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