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InforSense and Ingenuity Systems join forces

InforSense, a provider of enterprise real-time analytics, has partnered with Ingenuity Systems, a supplier of biology software. The partnership will provide integration capabilities between InforSense KDE and Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA). Ingenuity Systems has also joined the InforSense Open Workflow Partner Network.

This collaboration will allow customers, who have both InforSense KDE and IPA licenses, to build workflows incorporating newly available IPA nodes. Customers will be able to use the IPA nodes as part of their existing and new KDE analysis workflows to enhance and expand their use of IPA. The IPA functionality available through the KDE workflow allows data to be uploaded and analysed automatically. In addition, users can view gene and gene neighbour information generated from a KDE workflow. The nodes are available now through InforSense.

‘The collaboration between InforSense and Ingenuity Systems will provide life science researchers with a streamlined way to perform robust analysis and quickly identify biological relationships that are most relevant to their research for optimised decision-making,’ said Tuan Nguyen, VP of Partner and Professional Services of Ingenuity Systems.

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