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Bio-IT World Announces Best of Show Awards Finalists for the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo
Date:4/4/2013

Needham, MA (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Bio-IT World announced the finalists of their Bio-IT World Conference & Expo Best of Show Awards this week. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on April 10 at the conference, which takes place April 9-11th at the World Trade Center in Boston. (http://www.Bio-ITWorldExpo.com)

Judged by a team of Bio-IT World editors and leading industry experts, the awards program spotlights new products that demonstrate exceptional technology innovation across the life sciences research, discovery, and clinical trials process. Finalists were chosen from entries submitted from leading bio-IT vendors exhibiting at the expo, based on the products’ technical merit, functionality, and innovation. Products considered as finalists are new products or significant product upgrades introduced between April 2012 and April 2013. The judges selected the following companies as Best of Show finalists within four categories:

Web-Based Services & Software
Biofortis
Sapio Sciences
Linguamatics

Hardware
Microway
Quantum
Bright Computing

IT & Data
Maverix Biomics
Seven Bridges Genomics
TopQuadrant

Clinical Trials
ePharmaSolutions
IMS Health

One winner in each category will be selected after judges have reviewed the products on the show floor at the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo. Awards will be presented on the Expo floor, April 10, from 5:15pm – 6:15pm. The awards ceremony is open to all attendees, exhibitors, and members of the press. Winners of the Best of Show Awards will receive honorary signage, an awards logo, and an engraved award. They will also be featured on the Bio-IT World website. For complete coverage of the awards, along with continuous updates fr
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