Leading Analyst Firm Selects Innovative Companies Serving the Science-Based Manufacturing Market
May 30, 2017
BOSTON - TetraScience, the leading Internet of Things (IoT) for Science company, today announced it has been named a Cool Vendor in the May 2017 report “Cool Vendors in R&D for Manufacturers, 2017” by the world’s foremost analyst firm, Gartner. TetraScience is one of five companies evaluated in the report and was recognized for its innovative and impactful IoT platform.
Gartner’s report highlights “The five vendors mentioned are well-positioned to add step-change value to R&D processes.” The report also provides key findings for CIOs leveraging digital strategies for life science R&D and commercial impact, including the following:
There are hundreds of new vendor R&D solutions on the market that are built on technologies representing the latest trends. However, very few have the organizational alignment, prospects for good execution and business model to set new benchmarks within the industry. In this year's report, we shine a spotlight on a handful of vendors, each of which in our eyes, shows extra promise, and that we feel are vendors likely to facilitate the digitalization of R&D.
“Gartner is one of the most trusted voices in research and analysis, and we are honored to have been selected as a 2017 Cool Vendor in R&D for Manufacturers,” said TetraScience co-founder and CEO Alok Tayi, PhD. “We believe that this recognition validates our mission to speed the path to discovery by digitally connecting the ecosystem that supports science.”
TetraScience connects any scientific instrument, regardless of manufacturer, to a single, secure, online dashboard. R&D teams use TetraScience to remotely monitor and control their experiments, collect scientific data, and also perform analytics and reporting. Because TetraScience is an open platform, instrument and equipment manufacturers also integrate directly to the software. Customers implementing TetraScience technology - from industries like biotech, pharmaceuticals, food, oil & gas, among others - are using the resulting data to drive scientific programs, align across departments, and shape corporate strategy.
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Based in Boston, TetraScience is the leading Internet of Things (IoT) for science company. With TetraScience, laboratories connect existing instruments to a single online dashboard where they can manage experiments and access data. Some of the most prestigious R&D organizations use TetraScience to help them be more productive, compliant, and consistent. Visit www.tetrascience.com for more information.