The federal government’s 2008-09 bailout of General Motors and Chrysler actually saved the country $92 billion, a 768 percent return on the government’s investment.
The customer experience analytics provider ForeSee Thursday released the first ForeSee Experience Index, a study that offers the most comprehensive picture to-date of how today’s customer experiences with the top 100 brands across seven industries as reported by Interbrand, are predictive of companies’ future business success.
Truven Health Analytics announced the release of an addition to its Payment Integrity Enterprise solution: Provider Surveillance Executive Dashboards. The latest addition helps states and managed care organizations prioritize their provider credentialing workload by delivering public records information in an easy-to-consume format to root out healthcare fraud.
LLamasoft, the Ann Arbor supply chain design software developer, Wednesday released Data Guru, a desktop data productivity tool that enables business analysts and supply chain modelers to connect to all of their different data sources in a single window, apply transforms in a powerful visual interface, and publish the resulting intelligence to any application or reporting environment, including LLamasoft Supply Chain Guru.
Someone is shelling out some serious cash in Ann Arbor, all in the name of “tips for Jesus.”
About eight Detroit Red Wings players made the rounds visiting children who will spend their holiday in the hospital this year.
The University of Michigan Health System and Jackson-based Allegiance Health Monday announced they had signed a letter of intent to affiliate, with Allegiance Health becoming a member of the UMHS network.
Great Lakes Wines and Spirits is rolling out its first compressed natural gas trucks.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Consumer confidence rebounded in late November, shaking off the last remnants of the federal shutdown.