Gulf Scientific Corporation to Distribute Partek Software Throughout the Middle East
News Jun 28, 2007
Partek Incorporated and Gulf Scientific Corporation (GSC) have announced a distribution agreement under which GSC will provide sales, marketing, and support in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, Qatar, Yemen, Oman, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates for each of Partek’s software solutions.
Partek’s software solutions include Partek® Genomics SuiteTM, Partek® Discovery SuiteTM, Partek® QSAR SolutionTM, and Partek® Screener’s SolutionTM. Each package integrates powerful statistical analysis with interactive data visualization and is designed to target specific research areas in the life sciences market.
"Gulf Scientific has an outstanding record of providing and supporting scientific software solutions and life science technology throughout the Middle East. We are pleased to have Gulf Scientific represent Partek. Together, we look forward to supplying powerful analysis software backed by superior customer service to the scientific communities throughout the region," said Tom Downey, President of Partek Inc.
“Partek is great software, especially when it comes to visualization and integration between various types of Genomic Data. We are glad to have Partek in our product portfolio. With the addition of Partek, we will be able to deliver more comprehensive and complete solutions to our customers,” said Mohammad Jaber, Genomics Product Specialist at Gulf Scientific Corporation.
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