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SpectralWorks Taps Infocom as Distributor

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – SpectralWorks has hired Infocom of Japan to distribute its life sciences software in Japan.

Under the agreement, Infocom will distribute the AnalyzerPro and Remote Analyzer platforms and other customized software systems

"This agreement allows us to introduce our software products for mass spectrometry productivity to a large number of researchers," SpectralWorks' Director John Moncur said in a statement. "Infocom's extensive experience of the Japanese market will give us the representation we need to support Japanese scientists," Moncur said.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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