Accelrys Integration Plans Call for Slimmer Workforce | GenomeWeb

Accelrys disclosed in a quarterly earnings document filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this month that it plans to trim its workforce by 10 to 15 employees.

The firm said the planned cuts are part of its efforts to streamline its operations and integrate its content business. It began the layoffs on May 3 and expects to complete the process by Dec. 31.

The company estimates that it will incur cash charges of approximately $1 million as a result of the reduction in its work force.

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