Partners and Affiliates

Kod Integrations, strives to produce quality, unparalleled services to its customers on a continual basis. By doing so, we have established mutually beneficial relationships with organizations who share the same goals.

National Instruments

Austin, Texas

National Instruments (NI), based in Austin, Texas is a global leader in providing test, measurement and embedded systems for engineers and scientists.

Kod Integrations, LLC is recognized as an Alliance Partner with National Instruments. As such, NI acknowledges our ability to provide quality LabVIEW development solutions. Read more about the Alliance program here

Arcus Technology

Livermore, California

Arcus Technology, a motion control company headquartered in California, USA, is a global supplier of stepper motion control products founded on the principle that innovative motion control solutions can be simple and affordable to our customers.

Kod Integrations, LLC has partnered with Arcus Technology, providing LabVIEW driver product and consultation services for motion control applications.


San Diego, California

NetBurner is a leading provider of software, hardware, tools and design services that will speed your development of Network/Internet enabled products.

Kod Integrations, LLC serves solely as a consultant capable of integrating Netburner product into customer systems - both hardware and software.

Quality Genomic Support

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Quality Genomic Support (QGS) serves the biotechnology community's need for customized support in all areas of genomic analysis, including, but not limited to, acquiring and implementing next-generation DNA analysis techniques and instrumentation.

QGS provides these levels of support and more, allowing investigators to focus on what's most important: discovery.

Harmonic Lab Solutions

Newton, Massachusetts

Harmonic Lab Solutions (HLS) is a core consultancy group assembled to assist biotechnology companies in their quest for efficiency.

The primary goal of HLS is to assess the current lab setup (or future lab design) and make recommendations on how to improve resource usage efficiency.