CLC Bio Posts 30 Percent Rise in Software Sales in 2012 | GenomeWeb

CLC Bio said this week that it saw a 30 percent rise in software sales in 2012, along with similar growth in its employee headcount.

The privately held firm, based in Aarhus, Denmark, said that it added more than 500 new customers last year.

The company now has more than 2,000 customers and more than 100 employees, CLC Bio CEO Thomas Knudsen said in statement. He said that the company is profitable and has a positive cashflow, which it will use to support further growth in the years to come.

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