Farmington Hills-based RF Connect, a provider of wireless systems and services for organizations around the nation, announced significant revenue growth, the opening of new offices in Texas, Ohio and Florida, and the hiring of several new engineers and other specialists in 2010.
The company said it foresees similar results for 2011.
“We opened new offices in San Antonio, Columbus and Orlando and added staff to support opportunities in the southwest and southeast,” said Jeff Hipchen, vice president.
New clients included firms in various target vertical markets including healthcare, education, automotive, insurance and transportation.
Some of them are:
* Trinity Health System, a seven-state healthcare organization with 8,000 physicians and 47,000 full time equivalent employees. Systems installed at sites in South Bend, Ind. and Oakland County and the start of deploying in Ann Arbor.
* Nationwide Insurance, one of the largest insurance and financial services companies in the world. Sixth largest provider of insurance for automobiles and homeowner insurance.
* The Toyota Center Arena, home of the Houston Rockets in Houston, Texas.
* Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Des Moines, Iowa, a mutual insurance company that with its subsidiaries provides health coverage to more than two million members in Iowa and South Dakota.
* Aviva USA in Des Moines, Iowa, a provider of life insurance to upwards of one million U. S. customers.
* Verizon Wireless, which operates the nation’s fastest and most advanced 4G network and largest and most reliable 3G network, and serves more than 93 million customers.
* The Cleveland Clinic, one of the preeminent health care centers in the world.
* Indianapolis Airport, the expanding and ultra-modern new facility in Indianapolis.
* AT&T, which today delivers the nation’s fastest mobile broadband experience nationwide as well as the nation’s largest Wi-Fi network, giving customers the best combination of speed and coverage.
RF Connect’s principals are seasoned wireless industry experts who founded and ran Clover Technologies and Digital Data Solutions and have backgrounds at other advanced technology businesses including American Motors, Xenaga. Yahoo Enterprise Services and Commerce One.