SUNNYVALE, CA – 1 Mar, 2017 – Sequoia Applied Technologies Inc (www.sequoiaat.com), today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understating (“MOU”) with Polmon Instruments Pvt Ltd., India, to form a strategic partnership to strengthen and expand its offerings in the Process & Medical devices market.
The agreement signed last week allows Sequoia to leverage over 2 decades of Product design and manufacturing experience of Polmon in medical & analytical electronics products. Thanks to Polmon’s past track record with successful documentation as per FDA guidelines, Sequoia Applied Technologies is now geared up to reach out aggressively to the US health care industry to offer complete solutions.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Aju Kuriakose CEO of SequoiaAT said “This partnership will enable us to jointly offer product design capabilities in process & medical industry in North America and European markets and further expand our reach. This partnership also helps us to leverage the penetration Polmon has in the Indian market with over 1000 customers for offering additional software solutions.”
About Sequoia Applied Technologies
Sequoia Applied Technologies is a California-based professional services company, focused on providing a broad range of services and solutions in IoT, Cloud, Mobility & Analytics. SequoiaAT works with its customers as a true partner and offers the extra degree advantage to help then succeed in their goals. SequoiaAT has its engineering offices in Sunnyvale, CA & Technopark, Trivandrum.
Visit www.sequoiaat.com for more information.
About Polmon India
Polmon has designed and manufactured more than 100 products which play a vital role in the API & Formulation Pharmaceutical manufacturing process. Polmon with close to 1000 customers across India, is counted amongst India’s leading Instrumentation and Automation solution providers. Polmon has a 11,000 sqft, well-equipped manufacturing facility. Polmon’s medical device division is an ISO 13485 certified design and contract manufacturing service provider for medical devices.
Visit www.polmon.com for more information.
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