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Indus Launches Research Triangle Office; Shiv Krishnan Comments

Shiv Krishnan, Indus

Indus Corp. has opened a new regional office in North Carolina’s Research Triangle region to move closer to its customers at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

According to a Thursday release, the company will also work with small businesses located in the Morrisville, N.C. area, where the size of its staff has doubled over the past year.

CEO Shiv Krishnan said the company intends the move to generate continued growth and community contributions and Indus indicated the move is related to its recent expansion in the area.

The company has supported the NIEHS for more than 10 years and the EPA for nearly 20 years, said Richard McKay, director of health informatics and technology.

Indus is partners with regionally-based firms SciMetrika, Integrated Laboratory Systems and QuarterLine.

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