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D'Trends's Joint Venture Launches Informatics Tool


SAN RAMON, Calif.--D'Meditis, a joint venture formed in 1998 between Meditis, a Ukranian medical information technology firm, and bioinformatics company D'Trends, launched a new software tool last month. UMics for Healthcare is an integrated all-purpose tool for tracking medical information in distributed and local environments.

Josh Buessing, marketing director of D'Trends, said, "UMics reaffirms our commitment to providing quality software tools to meet the needs of the healthcare sector." Buessing added, "It is also a concentric extension of our product line in the biotech and pharmaceutical discovery domain. The joint venture is an indication of our very successful strategic partnership position with other complementary organizations."

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