In The News Synberc — 05 June 2014

Industry leader in bioinformatics software, Biomax (Bio Informatics AG), has announced an extension of their software licensing agreement with established customer KWS SAAT AG this week. This crucial deal entails the continued use of Biomax’s Pendant Pro Sequence Analysis Suite for use in KWS’s extensive research and development concerning the high-throughput analysis of the genetic sequences of plant and fungal species. Both multinational German firms are excited to further their successful relationship and extend the frontier of such vital scientific advancement.

Dr. Philipp Krubasik, Director of Key Accounts at Biomax, looks to this landmark deal as a testament to the “proof of long term customer satisfaction in terms of usability, analysis reliability and scientific excellence,” in regards to their pioneering Pendant Pro Sequence Analysis Suite. There is no doubt that the quality and capability of Biomax’s products will continue to further its role as a flagship provider of bioinformatics software.

KWS SAAT AG is an established global power house in the field of plant breeding for agricultural and industrial development. Dr. Andreas Menze, head of the KWS’s  bioinformatics division highlighted the unique capabilities of Biomax’s product in their decision to further their use of the Pendant Pro Suite. Biomax’s sequence analysis suite will now be included for even tighter integration into KWS’s BioXM Knowledge Management Environment as the industry presses forward bioinformatics firms face an exponentially growing number of longer and more challenging genetic sequences in the very near future.

This growing partnership is guaranteed to yield significant advances in the development of the crucial field of agricultural synbio.

Click here to read the press release direct from Biomax.

 

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