Automation Alley Welcomes 26 New Members In March

TROY — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announces that 26 new members joined the organization in March.

“The tech economy of Southeast Michigan continues to grow and prosper. Automation Alley would like to welcome our 26 new member companies as they join the ranks of others paving the way for innovation in our region,” said Automation Alley Executive Director Ken Rogers. “I encourage each new member organization to get involved. An Automation Alley membership is an invaluable resource for making important business connections.”

The following 26 new members joined Automation Alley in March 2013:


Business Association
–    Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce (Brighton)
–    Safety Council for Southeast Michigan (Bloomfield Hills)

Grantmaking Foundation
–    MotorCities National Heritage Area (Detroit)

 Trade Association
–    Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce (Southfield)
–    Pontiac Black Chamber of Commerce (Pontiac)


University/College/Business School
–    Ferris State University (Clinton Township)


Economic Development
–    Detroit Region Aerotropolis Development Corporation (Detroit)

–    City of Oak Park (Oak Park)

Professional Services

Accounting Services
–    Doeren Mayhew (Troy)

Staffing Services
–    Diversified Services (Bingham Farms)

Technology and Manufacturing

Computer and IT Services
–    AppliedProgress (Troy)
–    Persis Consulting Company (Rochester Hills)
–    Secure 24 (Southfield)

Computer Networking Services
–    Intuitive Business Systems, Inc. (Sterling Heights)

Computer Software Development
–    Dimensional Control Systems, Inc. (Troy) 
–    Metralysis LLC (Linden)

Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
–    Felton Automotive (Bloomfield Hills)

Injection Molding
–    Excel RP – Excel Global (Allen Park)

–    D2T America, Inc. (Troy)

–    Rae-Beck Automotive (Rochester Hills)

Manufacturers’ Rep
–    Gross and Co. (Rochester)

Mobile Application Development
–    One Team US LLC (Troy)

Non-automotive Manufacturers’ Rep
–    Proforma Pegasus (Bloomfield Hills)

Research and Development Services
–    Capability Analysis & Measurement Org. (CAMO) LLC (Dearborn)

Robotics and Automation
–    American Industrial Inc. (Warren)
–    General Test and Automation Group (Shelby Township)

Additionally, in the month of March, welcomed 24,178 unique visitors and 41,898 page views. The top five most-viewed pages were Home, Member Directory, Event Calendar, Marketing Toolkit: Pros and Cons of Different Media and Entrepreneurism: Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship. Outside the United States, the website was most often viewed by individuals and organizations in China, India, Canada, Germany and Turkey, while regionally, the city Troy led with 5,289 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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