SQream Technologies Wins Another Product of the Year Award - the Stevie Award

TEL AVIV, Israel -- SQream Technologies announces that GenomeStack - the company's latest addition to its product portfolio - was named the winner of a bronze Stevie® Award in the Best New Product of the Year - Big Data Software Solution category in the 2015 International Business Awards.

GenomeStack, a big data software platform designed to automate genome researchers' workflow, replaces the old-school file-based, highly time-consuming manual process for storing and analyzing genome sequenced data. The platform enables a simultaneous post-sequence sample querying across many BAM files, with a click of a button. GenomeStack delivers previously unseen levels of speed, simplicity and scalability that helps speed up research timetables by up to 100 times.

The International Business Awards are the world's premier business awards program. The 2015 IBAs received entries from more than 60 nations and territories. More than 3,700 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories, including Company of the Year, Marketing Campaign of the Year, Best New Product or Service of the Year, Startup of the Year, Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year, and Executive of the Year, among others. SQream Technologies won in the Best Product of the Year category for Big Data Solutions.

"SQream is honored to receive this recognition from Stevie® Awards," said Ami Gal, CEO and Co-Founder at SQream. "It is our mission to deliver a simple-to-use tool for genome researchers that can aid in shortening research time, in hopes of finding cure for diseases ahead of anticipated time. By gathering and uploading knowledge from different sources into one platform and querying it against new research data, it is our hope and drive to contribute to humankind by uniting and leveraging collected human DNA knowledge."

For more details, visit:
http://www.StevieAwards.com/IBA
http://www.sqream.com

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