Boosting science

  • sad chemist

    One commonality that we noticed while working with pharmaceutical companies is frustration about software. While in theory scientists are people who dedicate their lives to pushing humanity forward, in practice they spend most of their time working around issues introduced by poorly written programs.

  • frightened programmer

    We think that this is a natural consequence of the complexity of the field - not many software experts agree to spend years studying science in addition to programming. Thus we end up with software written by scientists out of frustration or by developers who don't really understand what they are doing.

  • hero

    Well, we are those experts - we are a team of software professionals specializing in life sciences. Our mission is creating software that makes scientists productive. Software that respects your time and understands your problems. Software that removes obstacles and lets you concentrate on creative aspects of the job.