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CambridgeSoft, StatSoft form Informatics Collaboration

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CambridgeSoft and StatSoft said this week that they have formed a collaboration that will integrate CambridgeSoft’s knowledge management software with StatSoft’s data-analysis and data-mining software.
 
The firms said their products are complementary and will combine CambridgeSoft’s Chem & Bio Office solution with StatSoft’s Statistica software, which provides integrated graphical and numerical data analysis capabilities.
 
Paul Lewicki, CEO of StatSoft, said that the collaboration will enable scientists to “work more efficiently and accomplish more in one integrated environment.”
 
Financial and other terms of the alliance were not disclosed.

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