KineMatik joins BioIT Alliance

Kinematik has joined the BioIT Alliance. Formed in 2006, the BioIT Alliance is a world-wide cross-industry group sponsored by Microsoft working to integrate science and technology in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and other areas.

The Alliance tries to get software, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries to share best practices and develop standards for sharing information, increase collaboration and effectively managing life sciences knowledge and programs. 

‘We are excited to be a member of the BioIT Alliance,’ said Dean Misenhimer, director of Marketing at KineMatik. ‘We look forward to working with Microsoft and the other Alliance members to help companies make more effective use of technology and speed development of new products.’

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