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Partnerschaft zwischen Allotrope Stiftung und Osthus Inc. zur Entwicklung eines hochmodernen offenen Frameworks für Labordaten
Date:9/23/2013

WASHINGTON, 23.September 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Die Allotrope Stiftung – ein Konsortium aus führenden Pharma- und Biotech-Firmen – wählte Osthus Inc. als Architekt des mit Spannung erwarteten offenen Frameworks für Labordaten. Der Dienstleistungsumfang von Osthus Inc. umfasst Consulting Leistungen für Allotrope, sowie Design, Entwicklung und Umsetzung des Frameworks.

„Während des umfassenden und gründlichen Ausschreibungsprozesses konnte uns Osthus durchgehend mit innovativen Ideen und intelligenten Lösungen zur Umsetzung des Framework-Konzeptes überzeugen.", sagte Gordon Hansen, Vize Präsident, Analytical Development bei Boehringer Ingelheim und Vorstandsvorsitzender von Allotrope. „Wir freuen uns über die gelungene Partnerschaft und auf die Zusammenarbeit, um den Grundstein für das intelligente, analytische Labor legen zu können."

„Wir danken Allotrope für das Vertrauen und freuen uns auf die Zusammenarbeit mit ihrem innovativen und hoch motivierten Team, um ein standardisiertes Framework zu kreieren.  Das Framework wird schnellere und konstengünstigere Innovationen für Life-Science Unternehmen und deren Lieferanten voran treiben und gleichzeitig staatlichen Anforderungen entsprechen.", sagte Dr. Torsten Osthus, Präsident von Osthus Inc., und Geschäftsführer der Osthus GmbH. „Osthus konzentriert sich darauf, Forschungskomplexität in Entscheidungswissen und Prozesseffizienz zu transformieren. Das Framework von Allotrope ist dazu eine entscheidende Komponente, die diesen Prozess enorm vereinfacht. Wir sind stolz, Teil dieses Projektes zu sein."

Bei einem kürzlich gehaltenen Workshop in Washington D.C., wurden in gemeinsamen ersten Schritten die Grundzüge des Frameworks, ein Design und eine An
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