Billhighway Welcomes Product Development, Client Relations Team Members: Troy-based Billhighway, a provider of cloud-based financial management solutions for nonprofit organizations, announces the expansion of its product development and client relations teams with the addition of Rita Khatri, quality assurance lead, and Kyle Martin, client relations specialist. Khatri will implement and execute the quality practices within Billhighway’s product development team. Her responsibilities include design, implementation, execution and issue resolution to help assure high quality and on-time deliveries of applications. Khatri brings more than 20 years of experience in quality assurance and software development leadership. Her specific expertise is in project and defect tracking workflow, technical testing of mobile applications and agile development methodology. Khatri holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering, with a minor in physics, from Oakland University. Martin will help serve Billhighway’s portfolio of customers, driving best practices and innovation to create more value for their operations. His responsibilities include increasing customer satisfaction, retention and adoption of key product features. Martin has deep experience in higher education, community relations, nonprofit management, marketing and development. Martin holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Rochester College, and an MBA from Eastern Michigan University. Billhighway’s suite of nonprofit financial management solutions lets organizations dramatically improve accounting, payment processing and online banking. The cloud financial management system easily configures and scales to address donor, membership and financial processing needs. Nonprofit organizations use Billhighway’s financial management system to reduce expenses, increase cash flow and mitigate risk. More than 3,500 nonprofits trust Billhighway to seamlessly manage $5 billion in transactions. More at www.billhighway.co.
Rave Computer Adds To Its Production Team: Sterling Heights-based Rave Computer announced the addition of two pre-build technicians as part of the production team. In 2007, Rave set out to build both its commercial and Michigan presence, in order to diversify its largely defense-based business. At that time, Michigan business accounted for less than 0.5 percent of total revenues; today it accounts for nearly 20 percent and continues to grow steadily. Founded in 1988, Rave Computer is a technology consultant and computer manufacturer providing commercial-off-the-shelf and custom engineered solutions optimized for specific customer requirements. Rave has extensive experience in defense, commercial and educational markets. More at www.rave.com.
New IT Manager for Reliance One: Auburn Hills-based Reliance One Inc. announced the hiring of Mike Liskey as IT manager. Reliance One’s exponential growth has triggered the demand for an in house technical support individual that will focus on both troubleshooting daily issues as well as programming special projects. Liskey has more than 20 years of IT experience as well as background in software development management for global Internet and collaboration applications. Liskey is very active in the community; he serves as youth director at Stone Haven Free Methodist Church, volunteers at the Stone Haven Theater Company and manages a band called the Heavenly Embers. Reliance One is a staffing firm founded in 1998. The company has more than 200 clients in several states and three offices in Michigan.