Sofcom wins at MITEF BAP event

December 3, 2008 at 12:35 pm 2 comments

sofcom_logoThe MIT Enterprise Forum’s Business Accelerlation Plan winner this year is Karachi-based Sofcom, a product centric company that has developed applications that focus on Human Capital Management, Process Monitoring, Quality Assurance and Quality Control..

They combine statistical process control with data streams from laboratory information systems to provide enhanced quality assurance for bit pharma factories. GSK, Bayer, Bristol Myers Squib, Pfizer, Merck and Parke Davis are only a few of the big names that are already amongst its list of satisfied clients. Congratulations to Ayal Abbas, the CEO who will spend 6 months each year in the USA driving sales, after attending the Entrepreneurship Development Program 2009 at MIT.

The runners up were Cybersoft and Voizar. According to the judges panel which comprised Ken Morse, Imran Sayeed, Jauher Zaidi, Omer Hussain, Dr. Safwan Shah and Naeem Zamindar, all the 5 presentations were extremely good.

In addition, 4 shortlisted companies made presentations to high net worth individuals at the recently launched Tech Angel Networks luncheon on the same day.

Well done Dr. Zahir A. Syed and Syed Azhar A. Rizvi for another well-managed event. More power to you. It is great to have you as part of the ICT eco-system in Pakistan. Keep up the good work and do call on us for any help that we can provide.

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