INDICA LABS SUCCESS STORY
Laboratory image analysis company showcases success of new image management system
- Clarity Quest drafted and designed a pair of compelling case studies for Indica Labs’ newest product, the HALO Link™ image management system.
- We helped Indica Labs tell their customers’ unique stories to highlight the varied use cases of the robust product.
- Our team of biotech marketing experts conducted in-depth interviews to understand each customer’s use of HALO Link, how it changed their operations, and how it helps them reach their lofty goals.
Indica Labs streamlines image analysis workflows in research and clinical settings with an innovative line of products, including HALO Link™, a browser-based image management system that gives researchers the freedom to access digital pathology images and analysis anytime, anywhere and to share their data with collaborators worldwide.
Mid-market (50-200 employees)
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
We interviewed the Hutch’s Director of Experimental Histopathology to understand how her organization adopted HALO Link to upgrade from a legacy slide management system to enable anytime, anywhere management, sharing, and access to critical images and data.
For the Hutch, the story was all about limitless collaboration. Critical to their goal of finding curative immunotherapies by 2025 was to encourage scientific collaboration within and outside the Hutch walls using innovative technology. Whether researchers were across town in Seattle or across the world in Uganda, they needed instant access to complex images and data.
The same product had a very different story at Ultivue, the creator of advanced biomarker assays and related technologies. Ultivue needed a way to store and share large image files with their customers in a secure cloud environment with the goal of helping scientists obtain as much information from their whole-slide images as quickly as possible.
Ultivue’s Director of Biology and Biomarker Programs said that HALO Link is by far the easiest technology he has ever used for viewing images and sharing analysis. The system transmits thousands of image analysis data points in real-time to the researchers who rely on them to efficiently and accurately analyze their samples — helping researchers accelerate their drug development programs.