TROY — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced that 19 new members joined the organization in November.

“As we come to the end of a year, it’s exciting to look back and see the growth in our organization,” said Automation Alley Executive Director Ken Rogers. “Our ability to have an impact on Southeast Michigan’s economy is based on the support and involvement of local businesses and organizations. We’re honored that so many have chosen to show their dedication to the mission and values of Automation Alley by becoming members, and we look forward to partnering with them.”

The following 19 new members joined Automation Alley in November 2011:

Association/Nonprofit Business Association
* Livonia Chamber of Commerce (Livonia)
* VetBizCentral (Flint)

Government Municipality
* Charter Township of Lyon (New Hudson)

Professional Services
Management Consulting
* GDP Global Development Partners, Inc. (Royal Oak)
Transportation Services
* Allstar Transportation Inc (Troy)

Technology and Manufacturing
Computer Software Development
* EyeWyre Software Studios (Shelby Township)
Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
* C & S Engineering Solutions, LLC (Clarkston)
* Find D Corp (Troy)
Film-Video Production
* Media Academia, LLC (Ann Arbor)
* Century Inc. (Wixom)
Manufacturers Rep
* Kohjent, Inc. (Birmingham)
Precision Machining, Fabrication and Assembly Services
* Prime Tech Inc. (Sterling Heights)
Robotics and Automation
* Hosco Fittings LLC (Livonia)
Other Technology-based Services
* Blue Wheel Media (Troy)
* ERM Legal Solutions, LLC (Birmingham)
* Littlite, LLC (Hamburg)
* Local Stew (West Bloomfield)
* Lowry Computer Products (Brighton)
* Tendras Business Advisors (Southfield)

Additionally, in the month of November, Automation Alley’s Web site,, welcomed 22,900 visitors and 35,812 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 India, Belarus and China, while regionally, the City of Troy led with 3,894 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.   For additional information, visit


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