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Shanghai Budou Technology to Distribute Dotmatics Software in China

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This week, Dotmatics said that Shanghai Budou Technology will distribute its software products in China.

Dotmatics said that the partnership will extend the reach of its informatics platform and will also provide local customer support, training, and services to its existing clientele in the region.

Dotmatics' product portfolio includes an electronic lab notebook; data query, reporting and visualization tools; compound, sample, and inventory data management solutions; registration systems; and document management capabilities.

A recent customer is the University of Leeds, whose researchers are using its Vortex software to analyze and visualize data for drug discovery research projects (BI 2/15/2013).

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