InforSense Signs AstraZeneca as Third Top-10 Pharma Client, Enlists Tripos for Partner Program | GenomeWeb

InforSense last week announced two agreements that indicate that the company has been solidifying its position in the life science informatics sector over the last year.

On Monday, InforSense said that Tripos had become the eleventh member of its Open Workflow Partner Network — an initiative that the company kicked off in March to extend the number of third-party applications that can be integrated with its flagship KDE workflow platform [BioInform 03-14-05].

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