Thermo Fisher Scientific Adds Vialis AG Paperless Lab Solutions to its Global Partner Alliance
News Sep 15, 2010
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has announced that it has extended its reach across Central Europe by making Vialis AG the latest member of its Informatics Global Partner Alliance. Vialis AG, based in Switzerland, will provide local services and support for the full range of Thermo Scientific informatics solutions, including laboratory information management systems, chromatography data systems, electronic laboratory notebooks and spectroscopy software, as well as comprehensive laboratory automation and integration solutions.
Vialis AG has built a business consultancy based on providing technology and support solutions that deliver on the goal of creating a "paperless lab." By understanding their customers' business processes and goals, Vialis offers a complete solution to meet objectives. Through its partnership with Thermo Fisher, Vialis can now provide Thermo Scientific informatics solutions to customers that are assembling a paperless lab. Vialis will provide full sales, operational and administrative support for the complete portfolio of Thermo Scientific informatics products.
"Our customers will benefit from this new partnership with the global service and sales teams at Thermo Fisher Scientific. By offering best-in-class Thermo Scientific Informatics software, we are able to provide our customers with a comprehensive solution for managing their data and helping ensure that their laboratory workflow meets the demanding business and regulatory requirements in life sciences and other industries," said Dr. Ulf Fuchslueger, CEO, Vialis AG.
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