Blaze Systems Announces Strategic Partnership with Cyberwolf Software

January 14, 2011 . Today Blaze Systems and Cyberwolf Software announced a strategic partnership designed to mutually benefit both companies by providing cloud-based data retrieval technology to BlazeLIMS customers.  The agreement provides exclusive sales distribution of Cyberwolf Software’s product Hunter Web Client for BlazeLIMS to Blaze Systems.
The Hunter Web Client for BlazeLIMS is a web-based, drag and drop data query tool that allows end users with a simple interface to retrieve BlazeLIMS data.  Additional features have been added to allow customers to pivot Sample data (1 row per sample) and perform Charting.
To watch a 5 minute video on the Hunter Client for BlazeLIMS, click here.

“Information is the end product of every lab.” said Larry DeHeer, president, Blaze Systems.  “And every LIMS database is a potential gold mine of decision support information for business improvement.  Too many labs are still islands of information with a static set of information deliverables and limited access by a few trained users.  Hunter is a proven solution that bridges the gap between that information and a large, widely distributed and untrained body of potential users with unpredictable and ever changing information needs.  Hunter can transform the lab into a valuable resource for business improvement, and we are delighted to make it available to our LIMS customers.”

 “We are excited for the opportunity to bring Hunter technology to the BlazeLIMS community,”  said Dennis DeBevec, president, Cyberwolf Software.  “Having worked with BlazeLIMS for many years we have found that Blaze Systems delivers a LIMS product that provides superior business rule implementation, functionality and flexibility.  Working together, we can provide a leading edge business intelligence tool to an impressive LIMS transactional system.”

Blaze Systems and Cyberwolf Software will begin to roll out the initiatives outlined in the agreement throughout the first quarter of 2011.  This will include an initial testing phase that will take place over the next month, with a plan to provide full implementation in 2011