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PerkinElmer Inks Software Distribution Agreement with Integromics

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer has signed an agreement with Integromics to become the sole worldwide distributor of Integromics' OmicsOffice, a software suite that provides tools for analyzing and integrating data from different genomics technologies.

The partners also launched a new version of OmicsOffice that enables integrated comparison of data from microarray, next-generation sequencing, and qPCR experiments within the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform.

In a statement, Michael Stapleton, general manager of PerkinElmer Informatics,said that arrangement fits in with his firm's mission "to offer end-to-end informatics solutions throughout the research, discovery, and manufacturing processes. As the exclusive worldwide distributor of OmicsOffice, we can provide focused solutions to the genomics and next-generation sequencing community to improve the quality of their work and gain critical insights faster than before," he said.

Financial and further details of the agreement were not disclosed.

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