TROY — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced today that 24 new members joined the organization in August.

By business category, the new members were as follows:

Business Association
–    Macomb County Chamber of Commerce (Mount Clemens)
Trade Association
–    Michigan Israel Business Bridge (Bloomfield Hills)

Professional Services
–    Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc. (Troy)
Legal Services
–    Marshal Hyman and Associates, PC (Troy)
Staffing Services
–    Reliance One, Inc. (Clarkston)
–    DMC-Huron Valley Sinai Hospital (Commerce)
–    Huron Consulting Group (Troy)

Technology and Manufacturing
–    Accurate Welding (Harrison Township)
Computer and IT Services
–    GalaxE.Solutions Inc. (Detroit)
–    Millennium Software, Inc. (Southfield)
–    Synerjix Business Solutions LLC (Rochester)
Computer Products Distribution
–    Dell (Farmington)
Computer Software Development
–    Theorem Solutions (Troy)
–    ThermoAnalytics, Inc. (Novi)
Energy/Alternative Energy
–    ITC Holdings Corp. (Novi)
Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
–    Four Eleven Engineering (Rochester Hills)
Homeland Security/Defense
–    GKN Land Systems (Auburn Hills)
–    Lockheed Martin (Troy)
–    Coliant Corporation (Warren)
–    Vintech Industries Inc (Shelby Township)
Manufacturing Equipment
Materials, Composites and Chemicals
–    Biomin International Inc. (Oak Park)
Test and Measurement Equipment and Instrumentation
–    K-Tec Systems (Farmington Hills)
Other Technology-based Services
–    Bluewater Thermal Solutions (Farmington Hills)

Additionally, in the month of August, Automation Alley’s Web site,, welcomed 28,030 visitors and 45,985 page views. The most viewed page was the Event Calendar, which spotlights the activities of Automation Alley and its member companies. Outside the United States, the website was most often viewed by individuals and organizations in the Philippines, India and Canada, while regionally, the City of Troy led with 3,617 visits.

Since its founding in 1999, Automation Alley has expanded to include nearly 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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