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Oracle to acquire Relsys

The purchase of Relsys, which develops operations management applications for drug, biotech, and medical-device companies, is designed to bolster company's health sciences unit.

Oracle on Monday announced plans to acquire Relsys, which develops drug safety and risk management applications.

The acquisition, which is expected to close by June, is designed to bolster Oracle's Health Sciences Global Business Unit, formed last summer. Health sciences is one of a number of industry sectors into which Oracle is delving via a buying spree.

Relsys develops applications designed to aid drug, biotech, and medical-device companies in streamlining their operations, adhering to regulatory compliance and improving the safety of their products.

With the acquisition, Oracle aims to provide its customers with the ability to identify safety risks earlier in the development cycle, as well as improvements in tracking the performance of their products after they hit the market.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.