Software Firm Partners with IBM to Develop, Distribute New Products | GenomeWeb

WILMINGTON, NC--Belmont Research, a software development firm here whose products have genomics applications, has entered into a strategic partnership with IBM to develop and distribute software to aid pharmaceutical companies' research and development efforts. Under terms of the agreement, IBM will become the exclusive US and European distributor of Belmont's CrossGraphs and TableTrans software, which are used by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to review, consolidate and report complex scientific and operational data.

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