Synquiry Joins Industry Quest for Integration Holy Grail with its New Semantic Platform | GenomeWeb

“Semantic integration” may sound like just another marketing catchphrase to bioinformatics veterans who’ve heard it all before, but Synquiry Technologies of Belmont, Mass., said its I-Synthsizer semantic integration infrastructure platform is far from vaporware.

“We’ve shown the system to a number of people at major life science organizations and they said, ‘you’ve solved the holy grail,’” said Alan Bingham, director of sales and marketing for Synquiry.

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