With the steady reduction in costs and the introduction of high performance instruments (including small benchtop DNA sequencers), data generation is projected to grow exponentially, in the near future. Consequently, data analysis is expected to become the bottleneck for genomic and proteomic R&D projects for many end-users. The analysis of sequence data relies on up-to-date bioinformatic tools, proper computer hardware and streamlined computational processes. These resources and capabilities are not always available to many end-users who are therefore unable to take full advantage of the power of DNA sequencing. While several commercial laboratories offer data-acquisition services, the analysis of the generated datasets is often limited to a basic report, created automatically by the instrument, under default settings. This leaves the client with no controls over the analysis, and no understanding of the methods adopted. At Econumerics, we tailor the analysis of the data to suit your specific needs and fit the objectives of your project. We can adjust the stringency and the approach, so that you are in full control of the data analysis process and the results are more meaningful to your business or relevant to your policies.