Around a year and a half ago, Nonlinear Dynamics began overhauling its entire product-development process to comply with so-called "agile" software-development practices. Last week, a company official said that step has paid off in the form of two new software products that it launched at the Human Proteome Organization World Congress in late August â€" along with an upgrade of its Progenesis line of 2D gel analysis software and a preview of an image-warping application it plans to launch this fall.

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