Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced today that 25 new members joined the organization in October. 

New members in October include:

New Foundation Member:
Management Consulting
– Iceberg Management, West Bloomfield

Professional Services
Finance Leasing
– Complete Capital Services, St. Clair Shores

Venture Capital
– Vo2 Ventures LLC, Farmington Hills

Technology and Manufacturing
Computer and IT Services
– Innovative Corporate Solutions Inc., South Lyon
– TouchWorld Inc., Farmington Hills
– Trend Micro Inc., Grosse Pointe Park

Computer Products Distribution
– MIDCOM Data Technologies Inc., Farmington Hills

Computer Software Development
– Consultech Services Inc., Rochester
– eScan – MicroWorld Technologies Inc., Farmington Hills
– Float Pool Systems, LLC, Clarkston

Energy/Alternative Energy
– Accio Energy Inc., Ann Arbor

Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
– InVanse Technologies, Troy

Environmental Technologies
– Amber Oil Processing LLC, White Lake

Film/Video Production
– Communicore Visual Communications, Birmingham

– Bean Steel Co., Detroit
– Laser Marking Guy, Farmington
– Rae-Beck Automotive, Rochester Hills

Manufacturing Equipment
– DigiTek Corp., Livonia

Medical and Biotechnology
– CJPS Medical Systems LLC, Auburn Hills

Other Technology-based Services
– Flight Systems Electronics Group, Fraser
– Watry Group, Oxford

Precision Machining, Fabrication and Assembly Services
– Nikolic Industries Inc., Sterling Heights

Research and Development Services
– Southwest Research Institute, Ann Arbor

Web Development and Programming
– Elevator Inc., Royal Oak
– Web Savvy Marketing, Commerce Township

Automation Alley also announced that the organization is continuing to see an increase of traffic on its Web site. In October, Automation Alley had 39,611 page views from all around the world. The most viewed press release was “Automation Alley Recognizes Technology Leaders at 10th Annual Awards Gala.” The most viewed member directory page was Iceberg Management and the most viewed event on the calendar was Explore the Potential of Health Care IT: Important Facts to Know.

Since its founding in 1999, Automation Alley has expanded to include more than 1,000 businesses, educational institutions and government entities from the City of Detroit and the surrounding eight county region. Automation Alley promotes regional prosperity through entrepreneurial and exporting assistance, workforce development and technology acceleration.

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