Thermo announces strategic partnership with Naizak

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced a strategic business partnership with Naizak Global Engineering Systems, an engineering and IT solutions integrator based in the Middle East. The partnership brings Thermo Fisher’s laboratory data management solutions to the full range of science-based industries throughout Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.

Under the agreement, Naizak will sell and support Thermo Scientific-branded informatics solutions, including laboratory information management systems (LIMS), chromatography data systems (CDS), laboratory execution systems (LES), scientific data management systems (SDMS), and integration solutions.

With the addition of Thermo Fisher's informatics and enterprise-level integration systems, Naizak is poised to offer a comprehensive portfolio of end-to-end solutions to laboratories in the region. The partnership gives scientific laboratories informatics solutions that support the changing needs of their industries, from expanded solutions for regulatory reporting, to the most cost effective integration software, enabling a paperless laboratory environment.

‘We are delighted to further our partnership with Naizak, which enables us to serve our Middle Eastern customer base with local industry understanding and customised support services, and represents an opportunity to build on the unique delivery system offered by Thermo Fisher’s Global Partner Alliance,’ said Kim Shah, director of marketing and business development, informatics, for Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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