NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Indian software company Aditi Technologies said today that it has joined Microsoft's BioIT Alliance.

The alliance is a confederation of biomedical and information technology groups who are working with Microsoft to expand the capabilities and adoption of bioinformatics and health IT.

"It would offer both Aditi and BioIT Alliance an opportunity to grow faster and serve their partners better by leveraging each other's strengths," Aditi Technologies President Pankaj Jindal said in a statement.

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