Ceenex LC aligns with Simio, LLC


(March 2010) Arlington, VA – Ceenex LC is excited to announce the new role as authorized representative for Simio, LLC, developer of 3D simulation software. Ceenex is an independent management, technology and engineering solutions provider who excel at assisting clients with either basic or complex decision making requirements through the application of advanced analysis tools and techniques.

Simio® is object-oriented simulation software offering intelligent objects and the ability to model any system rapidly without compromise. Simio® was created by a team of experienced simulation software developers led by Dr. Dennis Pegden, former founder and CEO of Systems Modeling Corporation. Simio® is built on .NET technology, has built-in integration with Google 3D Warehouse, and was designed to be both powerful for advanced users and easy for beginners.

About Ceenex
Ceenex is an independent management, technology and engineering advisory firm, solving complexity through the application of their skills in business engineering, development consulting, project and program management, and information engineering. Ceenex is privately owned with offices in Pretoria (South Africa) and Arlington (Virginia, USA). The Ceenex statement of qualifications covers more than 200 assignments with a strong sectoral focus in government, water & waste, mining, ICT, agriculture, SMME and donors.

About Simio LLC
Simio is a private company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, dedicated to delivering leading edge solutions for the design, emulation, and scheduling of complex systems. Simio® was founded by a highly experienced team. C. Dennis Pegden, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of Simio LLC, has over 30 years of experience in simulation and scheduling and has been widely recognized as an industry leader. He led in the development of SLAM (marketed by Pritsker and Associates) and then founded Systems Modeling Corporation, now part of Rockwell Automation. Dennis led the creation of the market-leading simulation products SIMAN® and Arena®, as well as the finite capacity scheduling product Tempo (later renamed RS Scheduler).

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