Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) September 26, 2017
Cerno Bioscience, a leader in the application of modern mathematical techniques to mass spectrometry, announced today that Steve Best has joined the company in the role of Director of Sales, North America. Steve will oversee all direct and channel sales efforts in North America to push the continued adoption of its novel, patented technologies for improving the quality, accuracy, and reliability of MS analysis.
Supporting the analytical laboratory with instrumentation and software in sales, technical management and business development roles, Steve previously served in key positions at both small and large instrumentation companies and has extensive experience with workstation and enterprise chromatography and MS software. Steve previously served in sales, technical management and business development roles at Thermo Fisher Scientific for the informatics group. Steve also has held sales positions at Thru-Put Systems, a start-up chromatography software company that Thermo Fisher purchased, and at Agilent Technologies in the chemical analysis instrumentation and laboratory data systems division.
“Cerno’s innovative software technology is leaps and bounds ahead of the competition in the mass spec market,” Best notes. “This is software based on sound fundamental principles which can make a dramatic impact on improving the quality and efficiency of any mass spectrometer.”
“Steve brings a unique combination of business, marketing, and sales skills to our company,” said Yongdong Wang, founder and president of Cerno Bioscience. “His hire fills a key role in the Cerno team and we are confident he will help us continue to expand the reach of our growing family of mass spec software products.”
About Cerno Bioscience
Founded and staffed by a team with many years of experience in the fields of instrumentation, mathematical data processing, and analytical software development for real world applications to problem solving, Cerno has developed unique, patented technologies that can expand, enhance and greatly extend the utility of mass spectrometry. Evolving application areas range from impurity identification, contaminant analysis, de-formulation, process development, natural product chemistry, organic synthesis, labelled isotope analysis, metabolomics to biologics modification, identification and proteomics, both for qualitative as well as quantitative analysis. For more information, visit http://www.cernobioscience.com.