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Title : BASF Enables Enterprise-Wide Standardization of Innovation Process with Sopheon’s Accolade®
Company : Sopheon Corp.
Date : 11-Mar-2013

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With nearly $85 billion in annual revenues, BASF is the world’s largest chemical company. It has 385 production facilities worldwide, and employs more than 100,000 people. The business is organized around six segments: Chemicals, Plastics, Performance Products, Functional Solutions, Agricultural Solutions and Oil and Gas. The company has a 145-year history of landmark product innovation, currently highlighted by leading-edge research in such areas as biotechnology, nanotechnology, and energy management.
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