AnyLogic North America, LLC, a leader in simulation modeling software and services company, has announced an office relocation and expansion. The global organization has moved its North American Headquarters from the charismatic suburb of Lisle, IL to the energetic and radiating city of Downtown Chicago. The new address is 20 N Wacker Dr., Suite 2044 Chicago, IL 60606, inside the historic, newly renovated Civic Opera Building.
The AnyLogic move stems from a growing team, the need for enhanced facilities, as well as the ability to continue growing and attracting new talent who want to be a part of this dynamic team in an energetic and cultural city. The new office is conveniently located in the heart of the city adjacent to Chicago Union Station, Ogilvie Transportation and CTA Train lines, giving AnyLogic and its customer’s easy access not only to each other but to all the city of Chicago has to offer.
“We have seen the growth in our business and team accelerate over recent years, and we were simply out of room. Our new location and facilities will allow us to continue enhancing our ability to serve our customers at the highest levels and continue to plan for a solid future as the market leader in Simulation and Modeling software,” says John Yedinak, Managing Director, AnyLogic North America, LLC.
AnyLogic North America, LLC along with AnyLogic Software maintains North American headquarters in Chicago, IL USA with Consulting, Sales and Marketing professionals. Founded in 1992, the AnyLogic team that design, develop and market AnyLogic Software - the first and only tool that brings together System Dynamics, Process-centric (Discrete Event), and Agent Based methods within one modeling language and one model development environment have been the leading provider of dynamic simulation tools, technologies and consulting services for business applications. The language of AnyLogic has unmatched flexibility enabling modelers to capture the complexity of business, economy and social systems at any level of detail to gain deeper insight into interdependent processes inside and around an organization.