Pixcelldata announces new partnership with Basys Data

Published on July 23, 2014 at 9:26 AM · No Comments

Pixcelldata, the innovative Irish developer of Collibio digital pathology management and collaboration software has announced a partnership with Basys Data, the provider of PathoWin+ LIMS software to pathology laboratories in Switzerland.

The integrated Collibio PathoWin+ solution provides the functionality of a laboratory information system with an interactive digital pathology web application to improve laboratory workflows, external case consultations and reduce the pathologist's workload. The elimination of the need to distribute glass slides for external consults results in significant time savings, reduced costs and leads to improved patient care.

Peter Baumgartner, CEO, Basys Data GmbH, says "Our company is the leading provider of IT services and software to pathology laboratories in Switzerland. The employees of Basys Data are a motivated and committed team, and everyone is always striving to achieve the maximum success for our customers. We are looking forward to building a successful working relationship with Pixcelldata and believe our partnership adds significantly to Basys Data's product portfolio."

"Pixcelldata is very pleased to announce this partnership with Basys Data as we are aware of their near twenty years experience and in-depth knowledge of pathology laboratory workflows. This new partnership will allow us to build on our existing customer base in Switzerland. In addition our new relationship with a quality company such as Basys Data, is an important step in the development of Pixcelldata's expanded international presence in the digital pathology domain." said Pixcelldata CEO, Alan Hanley.


Pixcelldata Ltd

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