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Automation Alley Welcomes 25 New Members in April

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Automation Alley headquarters in Troy

Automation Alley headquarters in Troy

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TROY — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announces that 25 new members joined the organization in April.

“I am excited for the potential these 25 new members bring to our organization, and I encourage each one to jump in and get involved. Start by joining a committee, attending a networking event or hosting an event at our facility,” said Automation Alley executive director Ken Rogers. “Each new member brings a unique perspective on the business environment of Southeast Michigan and valuable experience to share with the rest of the membership. Together, we’re creating a community where businesses can share, explore and realize new and exciting opportunities for growth.”

The following 25 new members joined Automation Alley in April 2012:

Professional Services
Other
— Alimar LTD (Royal Oak)
— BlueWater Technologies (Southfield)
— Premier Creative Group (Waterford Township)
Staffing Services
— Contract Professionals, Inc. (Waterford Township)

Technology and Manufacturing
Computer and IT Services
— Abacus Service Corp. (Farmington Hills)
— Coretek Services (Farmington Hills)
— GreenByte Technologies LLC (Farmington Hills)
— High Bit Security LLC (Rochester)
— Kevadiya Inc. (Rochester)
— Prolim Corp. (Farmington Hills)
Computer Software Development
— SciQuest, Inc (West Bloomfield)
Energy/Alternative Energy
— Ventech LLC (Wixom)
— Dokka Fasteners (Auburn Hills)
Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
— ED USA Corp. (Troy)
Environmental Technologies
— Fuel Concepts of America Inc. (Bloomfield Hills)
— Parjana, Inc. (Southfield)
Manufacturing Equipment
— Total Equipment Acquisition Management LLC (Detroit)
Materials, Composites and Chemicals
— King Steel Corp. (Grand Blanc)
Mobile Application Development
— Future Help Designs (Pontiac)
Other Technology-based Services
— Intellimins LLC (Troy)
— Magor Communications (Troy)
— Nutriinfo.com (Novi)
— Pendaran Inc. (Plymouth)
— Savvis, A CenturyLink Company (Southfield)
Research and Development Services
— Pryor Knowledge Systems (Bloomfield Hills)

Additionally, in the month of April, Automation Alley’s Web site, www.automationalley.com, welcomed 24,850 visits and 37,636 page views. The top five most viewed pages were Home, Member Directory, Event Calendar, Recent News and Press Releases, and Post a Press Release. Outside the United States, the website was most often viewed by individuals and organizations in India, Canada, Belarus, South Korea and China, while regionally, the city of Troy led with 4,241 visits.

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