Posts Tagged ‘Bio-IT World’

Bio-IT World 2017 Round-Up

Effectively Using Your Laboratory Data The team from Core Informatics has just returned from the Bio-IT World Conference in Boston. This year’s event was as thoughtful and as exciting as ever. It was a big year for Core– it was our first major event since joining Thermo Fisher Scientific. We were happy to see those…

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Bio-IT 2016 – A Closer Look: Informatics Solutions for Biopharmaceutical R&D

Collaborative Cloud Technologies Driving Drug Discovery and Development There may be debate nationally over the presidential race, but at the fifteenth Annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo last week there was no debate that the buzz in the air was around informatics software for precision medicine, genomics, bioinformatics, and the need for contemporary, collaborative cloud computing solutions…

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Using OData Compliant APIs for Better Integration

Saving Time & Simplifying Data Exchange with OData If the benefits of using a good, RESTful API (Application Programming Interface) are creating a constant, low-level buzz in the informatics industry, then the benefits of using an OData compliant API should be creating a crowd-deafening roar. According to OData.org, the community website for OData aficionados, Open Data…

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Bio-IT World Preview 2016: PFS Marketplace Apps Provide Modularity

A Marketplace of Applications to Extend Your LIMS Bio-IT World 2016 is right around the corner. This year, we are highlighting our unique modular informatics delivery system, the Platform for Science (PFS) Marketplace. The PFS Marketplace features apps which can be combined to form solutions for scientific domains, such as biologics drug discovery, and run on Core’s…

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Core Informatics at Bio-IT World: The Future of Scientific Informatics

In 2015, Core Informatics won Best of Show at Bio-IT World with Core Collaboration. This year we are highlighting the Platform for Science Marketplace. But before we dive into the innovative strategy behind the PFS Marketplace, let’s take a little look at how people used to buy informatics systems. Traditional Informatics Systems Traditionally, lab informatics software and systems have been…

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Launch2015 in Review – Business Update

A big thank you to all of our customers: you made Launch2015, our third annual User Group Meeting, a great success. The event doubled in size from last year, with two training streams, two keynote speakers and standing room only for featured presentations. Core Informatics Launch2015 Business Update Core’s management team kicked off Launch2015 by…

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Core Informatics named to 2015 Inc. 5000

For the second year in a row Core Informatics has been named to Inc.magazine‰’s list of top growing U.S. companies. The annual Inc. 5000is an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list highlights America’s independent entrepreneurs. Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn and Zillow all gained early exposure on the list. Life at Core has…

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Core Informatics named to Marcum Tech Top 40

For the fourth year in a row, Core Informatics has been named to the Marcum Tech Top 40  list of the fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut. The list, created by the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and Marcum LLP, is an indicator of innovation and growth for tech companies in Connecticut. This is Core’s fourth consecutive year on…

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Core Informatics Wins Best of Show at Bio-IT World

Core Informatics was proud to be named Best of Show in the Web-Based Services and Software category, at Bio-IT World 15. The Core team took home the prize for our newest release, Core Collaboration‰™. Over the past several years, collaboration has become a buzz word across multiple industries. The fact that an entire track at…

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Thoughts from the Floor of Bio-IT World

By Core Informatics President, Anthony Uzzo Bio-IT World was invigorating. It was illuminating. It was gratifying. Like most of you, during the days prior to the conference, I diligently went through the agendas, deciding which of the presentations I would attend. I thought I would stop by our Core Informatics booth and say, ‰hello,‰ to…

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