Silicon Genetics Sees Software Bundling and Co-Marketing Alliances as Key to Success | GenomeWeb

A recent co-marketing agreement with Protogene brings Silicon Genetics a step closer to making its GeneSpring software a leading platform for gene expression analysis, according to John Pietrzyk, vice president of business development for Silicon Genetics.

Silicon Genetics, which launched GeneSpring in 1998, targets specific vertical markets such as gene expression, which Pietrzyk said is “where the spotlight is” right now.

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