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Camo appoints partner in UK and Ireland

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Camo Software, the supplier of multivariate analysis (MVA) and design of experiments (DoE) software, has appointed BioImages to handle the sale and support of Camo products in the UK and Ireland.

'I am confident the role of Camo Software will be even more important in promoting the usage of multivariate analysis and design of experiments through BioImages,' says Kenneth Olafsson, account manager, Camo Software, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Camo is set to capture the interest of the R&D and manufacturing sectors through a continued focus on PAT and QbD in our product development. The release of the next generation Camo solutions, GenerationX, will create a new opportunity for our clients to implement cost effective solutions. BioImages will contribute with local knowledge and key expertise to assist clients in developing process understanding and promoting science with the most appropriate tools.'

Camo Software has a long-standing reputation for developing and providing quality multivariate analysis software solutions to academic, industrial and research organisations. The addition of BioImages to Camo Software's network of international resellers will extend the company's local presence and enhance customer service needs in a flexible and adaptable way.

'I am pleased that BioImages has extended its product range to include Camo software for multivariate analysis and design of experiments. We can now not only provide our customers with instrumentation, but in addition a convenient way of handling and interpreting the extensive data which those instruments can generate,' says Dr Patricia McAlernon, owner of BioImages Ireland.