MINNEAPOLIS, MN – December 15, 2015 – Flywheel, a scientific data management company, announced that it has successfully completed its private beta phase and will offer its platform publicly to scientific researchers and institutions starting January 2016.
During the private beta phase, Flywheel installed its software at the University of Minnesota’s Center for Magnetic Resonance Research and received invaluable feedback from fMRI researchers there. Flywheel is in the process of implementing that feedback to provide the most intuitive, user-friendly, and effective product possible, so that when released to the public, the product is well-tested and ready to support the broader imaging research communities of the U.S. and of the world.
Imad Nijim, COO of Flywheel stated, “This is an exciting phase for Flywheel’s product development. We are pleased and fortunate to have the opportunity to work with some of the world’s best researchers to improve our product and optimize their research process.”
If you are interested Flywheel’s platform and would like to learn more about Flywheel’s public offerings, please contact Can Akgun at 612-812-3856 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flywheel is a scientific data management system that makes data accessible, shareable, and reproducible. A young and innovative company, Flywheel simplifies the capture, organization, and analysis of data while enabling scalable, effective data sharing between scientific research groups worldwide. This will empower scientists to do great work together by allowing them to concentrate on the science, not the IT. For more information, visit www.flywheel.io.