2016 Year in Review

Reflections on 2016 from Core’s CEO

To our clients, partners and friends,

Thank you for helping make 2016 another record year for Core Informatics. Thanks to your support and suggestions we’ve launched new products and apps to bring more value to your operations, received a number of recognitions, and continued to grow, recently passing the 100-employee milestone.

Over the past year and in response to customer demand, we have created more solutions to help meet emerging industry needs. Our application Marketplace has expanded to include new key capabilities for clients performing biologics registrationmolecular biologycell culture development and next-generation sequencing. As a result, implementation timelines and costs have been shrinking and existing clients have been able to extend their use of our platform into additional areas of need across their organizations.

Integration and validation are two key challenges facing many of the labs that we work with. To provide more integration options for our customers, we released the lab informatics industry’s first OData application programming interface (API)as part of the Core Connect product. We also answered requests from regulated labs wanting to move to the cloud with our new validated cloud deployment option (run on AWS). To make it easier for you to find out about new offerings that can complement your Platform for Science deployment, we created a new resources portal and redesigned the blog section of our website.

Our first company value simply states: “Our clients are making the world better – when they succeed, we succeed.” Thanks to your innovation and growth, we too have continued to grow and thrive. This year we received several honors, including:

This holiday season, as we reflect on the year and count our blessings, the entire team at Core Informatics wishes to thank our clients for the honor of helping you bring new products to market that improve human health and our quality of life. We look forward to delivering even more innovation and value in 2017.

Josh Geballe