Accelrys' Q3 Revenues Rise with Symyx Acquisition; Integration Roadmap Proceeding as Planned | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

This week, Accelrys reported that at the end of its first combined quarter with Symyx Technologies, the company's integration roadmap is proceeding according to plan and it should finish the year at the "high end" of its previously announced savings target of $15 million.

The acquisition of Symyx contributed to a 46 percent increase in third-quarter revenues for the combined firm, to $29.1 million from $20 million for the same period in 2009.

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