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Nonlinear Dynamics expands international sales team

UK-based software company Nonlinear Dynamics has expanded its sales team through the creation of two new senior positions in the US and Europe. Based in Germany, Dr Leonhard Pollack has joined the business to support the territories of Germany, Austria and Finland; markets previously supported from the UK.

Duncan Barrie, Nonlinear Dynamics’ finance director, said, ‘Having Leo based in his territory is a huge advantage from a language, cultural and customer relationship perspective. In addition, the company is benefitting from Leo’s huge experience in the field; experience gained over 12 years with one the world’s largest mass spectrometry instrumentation vendors.’

Coming from Proteome Software, Mark Pitman will be strengthen the US-based sales team and shall be based on the west coast of the US allowing him to offer customer support locally. He brings a wealth of experience in proteomics research using mass spectrometry.

The company, which has 25 staff, 2,900 customers worldwide and a US office in North Carolina, creates proteomics research software which enables life scientists to identify, visualise and analyse proteins in their experiments quickly and effectively.

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