Autoscribe Informatics Expands Distribution Network
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Autoscribe Informatics, a specialist provider of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), has expanded its worldwide distribution network. Corporación Científica Venezolana, CA has been appointed to cover South America, while V*I*Production sp z.o.o. will represent Autoscribe in Germany and Poland.
Corporación Científica Venezolana, CA (CCV) has more than 30 years of experience of selling and supporting analytical instrumentation and laboratory equipment in the South American market and has had a dedicated Informatics Division for more than 20 years. Originally based in Venezuela it now also has a presence in Colombia and Peru providing sales and service support to Spanish speaking central and South America. CCV has a large customer base across the region, covering industrial QC, R&D laboratories, petroleum, biotechnology, water treatment and universities.
Wilfredo García, General Manager at CCV, said: “LIMS is attracting a huge amount of interest throughout South America. Our extensive experience of the implementation of LIMS in many markets makes us well-placed to meet the growing needs across the region. For example we have been responsible for large LIMS projects such as the centralization of the laboratory operations of the Amuay Refinery and the Cardon Refinery into Centro de Refinación Paraguana-CRP, the largest refinery in the western hemisphere. The highly configurable nature of Matrix Gemini LIMS makes it an ideal solution for the fast developing and varied markets of South America.”
V*I*Production sp z.o.o is located in Szczecin, Poland and is well-quipped to supply Matrix Gemini solutions to improve laboratory & business work flow. With 30 years of laboratory and ISO 17025 quality systems experience, V*I*Production can provide can provide a complete service for the successful implementation of LIMS or BIMS.
Jurgen van Kammen, Managing Director at V*I*Production, said: “We are in a strong position to take Matrix Gemini LIMS forward. I have personal experience of Matrix from a user perspective, so I have first-hand knowledge of its capabilities and the ease with which it can be configured to meet the needs of any laboratory.”
John Boother, President of Autoscribe Informatics commented: “We are very pleased to appoint experienced distributors in areas where there is huge potential for expansion. This steady increase in our sales and support capabilities complements our internal growth strategy to deliver strong, sustainable expansion of usage of our LIMS product range across the world.”
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