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CAMO Software appoints BioImages Ltd as agent for Ireland & United Kingdom

CAMO Software is pleased to announce the appointment of BioImages Ltd as a strategic business partner based in Ireland. This partnership further highlights CAMO Software’s commitment to servicing key markets, with a targeted focus on the needs of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

CAMO appoints BioImages Ltd as agent.
CAMO appoints BioImages Ltd as agent.

Oslo, Norway - October 13, 2009: CAMO Software, a leading supplier of multivariate analysis (MVA) and Design of Experiments (DoE) software, today announced an agreement with BioImages Ltd, a well established scientific equipment and service provider to the Irish and UK markets, for the sale and support of CAMO products.

“I am confident the role of CAMO Software will be even more important in promoting the usage of multivariate analysis and design of experiments through BioImages Ltd” says Kenneth Olafsson, Account Manager CAMO Software Ireland and the United Kingdom. “CAMO is set to capture the interest of the R&D and manufacturing sectors through a continued focus on PAT and QbD in our product development. The release of the next generation CAMO solutions, GenerationX, will create a new opportunity for our clients to implement cost effective solutions. BioImages Ltd will contribute with local knowledge and key expertise to assist clients in developing process understanding and promoting science with the most appropriate tools”.

CAMO Software has a long standing reputation for developing and providing quality multivariate analysis software solutions to academic, industrial and research organisations. The addition of BioImages Ltd to CAMO Software's network of international resellers will extend the company’s local presence and enhance customer service needs in a flexible and adaptable way.

I am pleased that BioImages Ltd has extended its product range to include CAMO software for multivariate analysis and design of experiments. We can now not only provide our customers with instrumentation but in addition a convenient way of handling and interpreting the extensive data which those instruments can generate” says Dr Patricia McAlernon, Company Owner BioImages Ltd Ireland.


About CAMO

Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, CAMO Software is a leading scientific and sensory software development company offering a complete range of multivariate data analysis solutions, which can be used to assist to implement a process of analytical technology (PAT) and quality by design (QbD) into their facilities.

For further press information, please visit www.camo.com


About Bio-Images Ltd

BioImages Ltd was founded in 2007 in Ireland and is a supplier of instrumentation to the biotech, brewing, food, environmental and water industries in Ireland and the United Kingdom. BioImages Ltd is involved in the implementation of on-line biomass monitors and multi-fermentors, sampling systems, flow injection analysis systems, bio-molecular analysers and continuous flow centrifuge products for cell harvesting.

BioImages Ltd is a client of Enterprise Ireland having obtained funding for market research and technical feasibility studies. Through this funding the need for automated sampling systems for bioprocessing was identified and a proof of concept model was developed.

Currently BioImages Ltd is involved in a BioPAT project which is being coordinated by Enterprise Ireland, with funding of €2.3 million over three years and focuses on Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for bio-manufacturing. The project includes; BioImages Ltd, other Irish SME’s (who provide technology and services to the bio-industry), Wyeth, Centocor, Genzyme, Pfizer, Schering Plough, Eli Lilly and Elan along with UCD, DCU, the National Institute of Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) and the Tyndall National Institute at UCD. BioImages Ltd is working closely with the project’s engineering partner ABB which is the global power and automation systems provider.

For further information, please visit www.bioimages.ie