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HeadquartersSan Diego, CA, USA
Cambridge, UK
Tokyo, Japan
Key peopleMark Emkjer, President and CEO
Rick Russo CFO
David Mersten Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Frank Brown Chief Science Officer
Rohit Shyam Chief Strategy Officer, VP Corporate Development & Strategy
Nic Austin VP R&D
Bill Taylor VP Marketing
Rick Murphy VP Sales & Support
Judy Ohrn Hicks VP Human Resources
IndustryLife Sciences, Materials Science, Diversified Industries
ProductsSee detailed listing
Revenue$81 Million

Accelrys (NASDAQ: ACCL) - Accelrys is the leader in Scientific Business Intelligence and Innovation that accelerates the discovery and development of novel therapeutics and materials. Accelrys develops and commercializes Scientific Business Intelligence software and solutions for the integration, mining, analysis, modeling, simulation, management and interactive reporting of scientific data. It provides solutions and products to Life Sciences and Material Sciences Industries, Government, and Academia worldwide.

Innovation at Accelrys goes beyond its people and software. Accelrys manages the Nanotechnology Consortium that has delivered a range of cutting-edge software tools to meet the challenges of rational nanodesign.Accelrys has also created a SIG to develop the first ever biological registration system. The system is designed to capture IP for the biological entity and allow the users to uniquely identify each testable entity. Accelrys runs several SIGs focusing on cross-cutting science, automation, and parameter generation. Some activities include development of new research strategies, generation of molecular property data, and scientific validation. These innovations leverage the company's Scientific Business Intelligence, Modeling & Simulation, Cheminformatics, and Bioinformatics technologies.


  • Pipeline Pilot - Scientific Business Intelligence Platform
  • Cheminformatics - Cheminformatics
  • Materials Studio - Predictive Science for Materials Sciences
  • Discovery Studio - Predictive Science for Life Sciences
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