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Adexa, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Adexa features planning, modeling, and collaboration technologies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California (US), Adexa has three offices in

adexa  Inc. Founded in 1994, Adexa features planning, modeling, and collaboration technologies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California (US), Adexa has three offices in the United States and eight international offices across Canada, Asia, and Europe. Its global customer base includes over eighty Fortune 2000 industry leaders including General Motors, Hitachi, Johnson and Johnson, Maytag, Philips, Siemens,Teijin Limited, Unilever, Xerox, Firmenich, and AMD.

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