Expansion of Xylem Analytics Customer Solutions
News Apr 26, 2016
Xylem Inc. announces an expansion of products and services available through direct channels in North America. Working together with Lab Synergy, this agreement supports Xylem’s strategic goals to expand geographically and accelerate growth.
Lab Synergy has been the exclusive distributor of Xylem’s SI Analytics titration products in North America, and has been a key Xylem partner for many years. With deep technical application expertise in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceutical and life science, Lab Synergy holds longstanding customer relationships with industry leaders and laboratory managers across the U.S. and Canada.
With the addition of the Lab Synergy team, Xylem Analytics is now expanding the solutions available through its direct sales force in North America. As of April 4th, SI Analytics titration and viscometry products will be sold through YSI, a Xylem brand and the full line of C. Gerhardt products will be distributed through Xylem’s OI Analytical brand. Both product lines were formerly sold through Lab Synergy.
This newly expanded team of experienced sales, applications, and service experts will unlock new opportunities with existing customers and better target new customers with a market leading portfolio of solutions.
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