ANN ARBOR — With the opening of its new Ann Arbor headquarters, Intalytics has completed its third expansion within the past few months.

Intalytics provides predictive analytics and consulting services to clients in the retail, restaurant, health care, and financial services industries. Our senior management team founded the contemporary predictive analytics discipline, and most of the methodological innovations widely used today throughout the site selection field can be directly linked back to the Intalytics team.

Intalytics also expanded its western offices in Pleasanton, Calif., where it houses the most experienced supermarket-oriented predictive analytics expertise available in North America. 

The Irving, Texas office, which houses some of the company’s statistical and modeling technology and platform development team members, has just expanded into a much larger suite to provide for the continued growth of the Texas office. 

Finally, Intalytics had outgrown its headquarters and thus has just completed a move to a location in north Ann Arbor, more than doubling the size of its headquarters. 

In aggregate, these offices will accommodate more than 50 Predictive Analytics professionals.

“Obviously the reason for these moves is to more efficiently accommodate our large, experienced and ever expanding predictive analytics team, which in turn, supports the ongoing expansion of our business” according to Intalytics President Dave Huntoon.  “It is this staff that enables Intalytics to serve the specific research needs of our existing client business, as well as our new customers that have come to recognize the value implicit in the Intalytics difference. We are extremely thankful for the trust our clients place in us and gratified with our continued success. We look forward to serving our client base for many years to come in these expanded facilities.”

The company had 10 employees and a single 3,000-square-foot office in Ann Arbor at the end of 2010. Today, that Ann Arbor office has 16 employees and 6,200 square feet of space. The California office has two employees and 500 square feet, and opened early this year. The Texas office is 2,000 square feet in size and houses four employees. That office opened in 2011.

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