LabVantage Solutions, Inc. announced the appointment of Mikael Hagstroem as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Hagstroem brings LabVantage almost 30 years of experience as a pioneer and expert in digital transformation, helping global enterprises harness data and analytics to reimagine their busi ... more
LabVantage Announces New Office in Monza, Italy
LabVantage announced the opening of its new office in Monza, Italy.
"This new office not only serves as the strategic business development center for the European market, but also enables LabVantage to provide comprehensive training and prompt client services to both our local and regional customers in EMEA," affirms Paolo Concio, Director of European Sales of LabVantage. "Particularly, we will soon launch a series of on-site training programs at the new facility, conveniently located in the same office building, to offer our customers an enhanced, interactive, and hands-on learning experience on SQL*LIMS and SAPPHIRE Laboratory Information Management Suite (LIMS)."
Headquartered in the United States, LabVantage has established a strong direct presence with local domain experts throughout Western Europe, including the United Kingdom, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, France, Spain, and Italy. Moreover, LabVantage's customers also receive 24/5 customer support and are able to attend the customer events, such as Online INFORM Symposiums and user group meetings, in their respective local language.
"With a vast customer base spanning multiple industries, LabVantage is well-recognized as the worldwide industry leader, providing and supporting the LIMS software behind many organizations' success," states Pat Pijanowski, Chief Operating Officer of LabVantage. "Through leveraging the proximity of this office, we will continue to realize our promise of ensuring customer satisfaction, by fostering closer collaborations and stronger partnerships with our clients and partners across EMEA."
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