Biomatters Launches WebApp Group to Offer Omic Data Analysis Consulting, Tool Development Services | GenomeWeb

Biomatters has launched a development group that will work with customers to build analysis pipelines and reporting engines that will be implemented on public and private cloud platforms.

The company's chief technology officer, Matthew Landry, will relocate from the firm's Aukland, New Zealand, headquarters to head up the so-called WebApp Development Group, out of Biomatters' San Francisco, Calif.-based office.

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