TROY (WWJ) — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, welcomed 20 new members in September.

“On behalf of Automation Alley, I’d like to welcome these 20 organizations to our growing membership base,” said Automation Alley executive director Ken Rogers. “Get involved and discover the many ways Automation Alley can help your business succeed and grow.”

The following 20 new members joined Automation Alley in September 2013:


Business Association
* South East Michigan Entrepreneurs Association (Southfield)

Grantmaking Foundation
* Michigan Women’s Foundation (Detroit)


Corporate Training/Coaching
* ACI-Aerospace Consultants International LLC (Grosse Pointe)

Professional Services

* Design Systems Inc. (Farmington Hills)

Technology and Manufacturing

Computer and IT Services
* AccuTech International (Detroit)
* Computer Asset Management Corp. (Pickney)

Computer Networking Services
* Robert Half Technology (Southfield)

Energy/Alternative Energy
* Saft America (Highland)

Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
* Excel Industrial Electronics (Clinton Township)

* Arnold Magnetic Technologies (Rochester Hills)
* Johnson Controls (Plymouth) (foundation member)
* Heroes Hired Manufacturing (Shelby Township)

Other Technology-based Services
* Dixson Metals Recycling Inc. (Clarkston)
* Electronic Design Packaging Co. (Livonia)
* WIT Inc. (Troy)

Precision Machining, Fabrication and Assembly Services
* Dixon & Ryan Corporation (Royal Oak)

Robotics and Automation
* Eagle Automation (Oakland Township)
* Gersa USA LLC (Troy)

Supply Chain and Logistics
* Ferber Warehousing (Rochester Hills)

Web Development and Programming
* IoVista Inc. (Madison Heights)

Additionally, in the month of September, welcomed 21,552 unique visitors and 38,198 page views. Outside the United States, the website was most often viewed by individuals and organizations in India, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Philippines, while regionally, the city of Troy led with 4,818 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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