FastFinder is a software platform that intelligently analyzes raw PCR data from multiple commercial devices, resulting in a more reliable measurement, with better accuracy & virtually no eyes-on time.
Computers are increasingly capable of difficult tasks. Things like preventing car accidents, analyzing feelings through text and automating MRI-scan analysis are possible today. With the rise of artificial intelligence, molecular microbiologists can reinvent their workflows.
PCR software that brings laboratory scientist's eyes-on time to a minimum.
Use artificial intelligence to automatically interpret the result & run it through the corresponding decision tree.
Integrate with more than 10 different cyclers and add your entire PCR portfolio in one software.
Use a fully validated software that analyzes results in a 100% reproducible way.
Benefit from unique user logins and a user-friendly interface
Work with up to 13 devices & all of your assays
Set up your test and automate analysis with a click
View clinically relevant results or put your focus on the results that require attention
Analyze absolute quantitative, qualitative & melting curve based assays
Export PDF’s, CSV's or LIMS-compatible files and archive them digitally
Set up a smooth and paperless two-step validation workflow
Automate your QC workflow according to Westgard rules
Tom Martens & Wouter Uten founded UgenTec in 2014. UgenTec is a spin-off from the University of Leuven (KUL), currently located in the Corda Campus in Hasselt.
We have successfully raised €3.45 million from multiple investors & backers including Annie Vereecken (former CEO of Medhold), Herman Verelst (former CEO at Cartagenia, retiring VP of Genomics at Agilent and future CEO of Biocartis), Ivo Marechal, BNP Paribas Fortis and LRM.
We have customers in the clinical diagnostics space and are working closely with companion Dx, food Dx, feed Dx and seed Dx companies to develop a universally applicable artificial intelligent software platform for automatic PCR analysis.
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