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Web-Based Management Suite Supports Complex Research Consortia
Date:4/27/2010

HEIDELBERG, Germany, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- BioRN Cluster Management GmbH presents the Biotech Cluster Rhine-Neckar as well as the cluster management's collaborative project, a web-based software to manage complex biotech projects. The scalable solution will provide high-tech cluster or single companies with an easy-to-use application for the management of complex research projects. The suite focuses on the core needs of the different project partners: of scientists, project managers, finance controllers, and cluster managers.

Four modules serve different functions

The web-based application facilitates the networking and communication between project partners at different geographic locations in complex and dispersed project environments. All functionalities are logically assigned to four modules: projects, networking, knowledge and services.

The module "Project" offers detailed project planning, managing and reporting of projects and combines efficiently the needs for both, project managers and financial controllers: Each work package, task and milestone can be directly assigned to its costs. Actions and developments can easily be reported with one mouse click.

Using the "Networking" module one-to-one meetings between cluster partners can be easily initiated and organized in a direct and uncomplicated manner. The "Knowledge" module enables cluster managers to generate a graphical overview of the geographical composition of a cluster. The "Services" module offers several business services, which a cluster management or coordinator provides to the partners, including press releases or lab and office space management.

The Biotech Cluster Rhine-Neckar (BioRN) is home to 60 SMEs with 1700 employees, three global companies wi
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