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  August 22, 2017
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BC Platforms

Aeschenvorstadt 71
Basel, 4051
Switzerland

Phone: +41 61 225 43 63
Fax: +358 10 296 1288

Description:

BC Platforms is a world leader in providing powerful genomic data management solutions to address some of the biggest healthcare challenges today by leveraging the convergence of genomics and healthcare information technologies. Our high performing genomic data management platform enables flexible data integration, secure analysis and interpretation of molecular and clinical information. BC Platforms’ vision is to revolutionize decision making in drug development to bring clinical benefits to patients. Founded in 1997, the Company has a strong scientific heritage underpinned by 18 years of working in close collaboration with a network of leading researchers, developers, manufacturers and vendors.

We currently provide solutions to over 50 leading international institutions in 18 countries including top-tier academic and hospital research groups, major pharmaceutical and agricultural companies.  Our management team consists of industry leaders with over 90 years of combined experience in life sciences, computational biology and industrial technology.  BC Platforms has global operations with its headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, research and development located in Helsinki, Finland, and sales and marketing based in London, Boston, and Vancouver.  



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Last update of this entry: March 01, 2017

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