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Oct 1, 2013

Sigma Blood Systems Opens Business Development Office in Research Triangle Park, NC

Expanding to the East Coast and Beyond

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In a move designed to better serve its expanding customer base and partnerships in the eastern half of the United States, Sigma Blood Systems has opened a satellite office in the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina area. The office opened its doors this September in the highly acclaimed Research Triangle Park.


Sigma Blood's expansion into the East Coast is part of its strategic plan to provide value to other expanding and growing markets. By implementing innovation, creativity and enterprise, Sigma Blood can better achieve their goals through a diversity of office locations.


"We're pleased to announce the opening of the new Research Triangle Park location," said Max Doleh, Sigma Blood Systems' founder and CEO. "New customers in Delaware, Florida and other East Coast locations will be more accessible as our team provides premier support for our blood product and quality management solutions."


Research Triangle Park is recognized worldwide as a hotbed for its business innovation and cultivation. An office within the park places a broad knowledge base and increased access to potential clients and collaborative partners at Sigma Blood Systems' fingertips.


For more information on Research Triangle Park, visit their website at:



Headquartered in the Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Park in Oklahoma City, Sigma Blood has developed the industry's premier software solutions for blood banking and biotech establishments.  Its suite of products includes its flagship QC ManagerTM, Platelet ManagerTM, VisionCentricTM Performance Reporting and the latest solution, SigmaQCTM. Creating value through knowledge and services, Sigma Blood Systems is helping blood centers and biotech firms get back to their mission of saving lives.

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Sigma Blood Systems received the 2010 Innovator of the Year Award from the Oklahoma City Journal Record.