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Software integrates lab data acquisition, handling, Abrevity Inc.
February 2006
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Abrevity, a new company in the life sciences market, has introduced a software product that provides information discovery, classification and management from life sciences instruments. The instruments in a modern laboratory create millions of files each year, yet the critical discovery, classification and management of these files for analysis and compliance is extremely slow, costly and inefficient. Such handling of data can produce time-to-market delays, FDA fines and high storage costs. Abrevity claims that it is the first to infuse the benefits of a database, search engine and content manager into a single, powerful, efficient and scalable data model that transcends the limitations of traditional relational databases, enterprise search and content management. Abrevity's system is provided as a standalone application, or can be easily integrated by OEMs. The new Abrevity product offers metadata extraction, search, classification (tagging) and policy-management for data.  It also provides a powerful file discovery interface and a distributed SLICE database architecture for both records and schema. According to Abrevity, this new product is the only solution that finds and "looks inside" files to extract targeted metadata for classification, analysis, business intelligence and reporting. It is the first solution to drastically lower analysis and reporting times, reduce compliance, security and legal risks, and lower backup and storage costs by as much as 70 percent. 
 
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