Dassault Systemes Plans Woodland Hills Office
The French software computer concern Dassault Systemes is moving its U.S. headquarters office from Burbank to Woodland Hills in May, and expects to boost its staff from 150 to 200.
Dassault will move into the Trillium Complex on Canoga Avenue in Woodland Hills.
Dassault’s software is used to help design and engineer jets and automobiles, as well as appliances and medical gear. The company counts Chrysler and Boeing among its customers.
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