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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – BC Platforms is joining with systems integrator Tieto to develop new genomic data management technology, the companies said today.

Basel, Switzerland-based BC Platforms and Tieto, located in Uusimaa, Finland, plan to create a platform for integrating clinical and genomic data with an eye toward improving predictive and precision medicine. The partners indicated that they will target healthcare providers in the Nordic countries of Europe.

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