Dotmatics and TetraScience Announce Strategic Partnership and Technology Integration

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A new press release reports, “Dotmatics and TetraScience announced today that they have formed a strategic partnership. The partnership is designed to bring R&D labs an improved relationship with their scientific data. Dotmatics is a leading provider of scientific informatics solutions and services; TetraScience is an R&D data integration platform. As part of the partnership, TetraScience has built a Dotmatics data integration. The Dotmatics suite, including Studies, Vortex, and Studies Notebook, is available as both a data source and data consumer via the TetraScience Integration Engine. The Dotmatics user can see their files automatically uploaded, parsed, and moved into Dotmatics, in real-time from any other TetraScience integration including scientific instruments and software.”

The release goes on, “Data standardization provides the foundation for machine learning initiatives with both historic and future data sets.  As a result, scientists can work more efficiently, spending more time analyzing results and making discoveries rather than going back and forth between resources. ‘Working with TetraScience enables us to not only expand our growing base of strategic partners but also help customers save valuable time, enabling them to focus more on scientific discovery,’ said Dotmatics CEO Stephen Gallagher, PhD. ‘TetraScience and Dotmatics have a shared commitment to improve data quality and standardize technologies between platforms’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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