One of the best parts of this job, being a news gatherer and news distributor for all of you is getting to know about several great companies and the dedicated people who make them go. One of those companies is Indica Labs based in New Mexico. Since their inception I have been allowed to share the news of their developments, technologies, products and services and their growth! Already with a presence in the US and the UK, Indica Labs recently announced the addition of support services to the growing need for their products in Asia. Congratulations to Indica Labs for continued growth!
Tokyo – Indica Labs recently announced expansion of its international presence again this month with the establishment of a new office in Tokyo, Japan and the recruitment of Hideya Makino to manage Japanese operations. Mr. Makino has over 14 years of combined experience in the fields of microscopy, digital pathology and image analysis gained through his previous positions at Roche, Leica, Aperio, and Roper Technologies.
Indica Labs’ has been steadily growing its global business since 2012. In addition to Tokyo, Indica Labs has representatives based in the United Kingdom and in the United States who provide dedicated support to customers in Europe and North America, respectively.
“Indica Labs is committed to providing superior service and support to all of our customers,” said Steven Hashagen, CEO of Indica Labs. “In the last two years, the adoption of Indica Labs’ products in Asia, and especially in Japan, has risen dramatically. Having local representatives [in Japan] who are dedicated to our products and who can respond to customers in a timely manner and in the local language is essential for providing top quality support to this growing customer base. We are pleased to have Makino-san leading this effort on behalf of Indica Labs in Japan.”
Customers in Japan with sales and support inquires, can contact Indica Labs by phone (+81 (0)70 4180 7730) or email (email@example.com).
About Indica Labs, Inc.
Indica Labs is a leading provider of software for quantitative evaluation of digital pathology images. Indica Lab’s HALO™ image analysis platform provides a unique combination of precision, performance, scalability, and usability which underpins a broad range of industry-leading, application-specific image analysis modules. Pharmaceutical and medical research organizations worldwide utilize HALO to support tissue-based research programs in neuroscience, metabolism, oncology, toxicological pathology, and more. For more information, please visit http://indicalab.com.
Source: Indica Labs
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