LabAnswer and Kona DataSearch Announce Partnership
News Apr 02, 2014
LabAnswer, Inc. and Kona DataSearch Corporation (Nashua, NH) jointly announced that they have entered into a working relationship that will allow R&D clients with enterprise scientific and non-scientific search challenges to have a partner that understands their knowledge management and data access requirements.
"We’ve identified Kona DataSearch as Subject Matter Experts in Knowledge Management and Enterprise Search. Their expertise will expand the portfolio of skills and software choices LabAnswer can provide our clients in R&D." - Mark Everding LabAnswer President/CEO
In the partnership, LabAnswer and Kona DataSearch will work collaboratively on building and jointly providing customers with integrated solutions that will overcome some of the disparate approaches when needing to search across an R&D environment.
"The partnership with LabAnswer will allow us to provide our subject matter expertise and our proven software to customers around the globe," said Dave Hall, Chief Executive Officer, Kona DataSearch. "By partnering with a leader in scientific informatics consulting and services, Kona DataSearch can expand its already successful footprint into the R&D environments."
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