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TCS partners with QIAGEN for Digital Transformation

TCS partners with QIAGEN for Digital Transformation

TCS partners with QIAGEN for digital transformation


TCS has now signed a digital transformation deal with the German Medical Technology research firm QIAGEN.

Under this new deal, TCS will help the QIAGEN genomics division global biology and biomedical research platform to improves its user experience with new digital capabilities, increase customer engagement and offer a better user experience with a new re-architectured collaboration platform GeneGlobe Design and Analysis Hub.

TCS revealed that its strong and deep contextual knowledge of digital capabilities in microservices and cloud had helped the QIAGEN to meet its expectations from the deal.

According to the announcement, TCS has adopted a cloud-based microservices architecture and revamped the GeneGlobe platform with the help of best DevOps practices and design thinking approaches.

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Head of Digitalization, QIAGEN Life Sciences Business, Peter Rene Hesse, said, “We are excited that the new GeneGlobe Design & Analysis Hub is now available and ready to provide customers with next-level experiment planning, execution, and follow-up. With GeneGlobe, we are offering researchers one place to navigate knowledge, tools, and analyses for their specific target, saving researchers time and budget. The partnership with TCS helps us to drive growth and transformation aligned with our company vision of making improvements in life possible.”

Senior Vice President and Head, Life Sciences Business, QIAGEN, Dr. Thomas Schweins, said, “Our long-term strategic partnership with TCS has allowed us to tap into their deep contextual knowledge of the life sciences industry. This has continuously paid dividends both to the overall success of our business and, more importantly, to the experience we’re able to provide to our customers”.

More on TCS and QIAGEN partnership

GeneGlobe – Design & Analysis Hub interface allows researchers to find a product in three steps.

TCS also revealed that its newer and powerful algorithms link products to biological targets. This helps researchers to explore and expedite decisions on products within the relevant contexts.

The platform also offers personalized dashboards and product builders that are easy to use while enabling the creation of virtually any custom product for a much more specific research question. This has helped the QIAGEN to boost its overall digital revenue.

Just a few days back, TCS won Digital Transformation deal with Retail Chain Coop Sweden.

In the month of January this year, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance moved to the Cloud with the help of a TCS cloud solution.


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