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ManageForce Chicago Expansion!

Posted by Leah Edwards | 6/8/16 12:12 PM



ManageForce, a Global Top 100 managed IT services provider, underwent an exciting office expansion of their headquarters located just outside Chicago at 2625 Butterfield Road in Oak Brook, Illinois.

The completion of the Chicago-office expansion helped put the company on an exciting path to begin their 11th year in the IT services industry.

“Over the past decade, Chicago has emerged as our largest center of employment, and one of our most important markets,” said John Hughes, 0135f79c9aa15f14c0b769cb8a3e88431ab51d4b24.jpg
Managing Partner at ManageForce. “Chicago’s longstanding history as an industrial hub, its thriving tech scene, and its rich talent pool make it an ideal place for us to do business. We look forward to continued growth in Chicago as well as our New England and West Coast markets in the years to come.”

About ManageForce


ManageForce goes beyond checking the boxes. We've built a solid team fortified with unique expertise from years of experience working at industry leaders, such as Oracle, IBM, MicroStrategy, Microsoft, and other Fortune 1000 0169a43a00bd1d0930ede7b300ba11d48a02889fe5.jpgcompanies. We’ve combined our experiences—from both customer and vendor perspectives—to create the most pragmatic approach possible to solving organizations’ challenges.


We collaborate to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and manage your most complex application, database, BI, and infrastructure issues while producing the best results. You can trust in your dedicated ManageForce team. For example:

  • Our average turnover rate is less than 3%.
  • The average experience level of our employees is 15+ years.
  • Team members are alumni of industry leaders, such as Oracle, IBM, MicroStrategy, Microsoft, and other Fortune 1000 companies.
  • We’ve supported the needs of enterprise/Fortune 500, SMBs, and public sector.
  • All team members are based in the U.S.



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Written by Leah Edwards


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