The latest new business earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
Empower Student Information System, an application designed to meet the vast administrative needs of colleges and universities, has released its 66th update.
Members of the Bingham Farms city council, Oakland county executives, state lawmakers and other community leaders joined Just Energy, a leading energy retailer in North America, to celebrate the opening of a new call center in Bingham Farms at a ribbon-cutting event Thursday.
For the first time ever, consumers can finally comparison-shop auto insurance rates and be alerted when rates drop thanks to a new service from Bingham Farms-based Ratekick.com.
A tech job fair will be held Thursday, March 29 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Synergy Computer Solutions, 30700 Bingham Road, Suite 2615 in Bingham Farms. Also, Jervis B. Webb Co. is hosting a private job fair with the Engineering Society of Detroit.
Michigan is among 49 other states to receive a chunk of cash from a landmark $26 billion settlement from five banks for alleged foreclosure abuse.
Just Energy, an independent energy supplier with more than 1.8 million electricity and natural gas customer accounts throughout the U.S. and Canada, will locate a 130-person call center in Bingham Farms, with the help of the Oakland County Department of Economic Development & Community Affairs.
The real estate management company Fourmidable Monday announced the formation of a sister company, E-Crosstown, that installs bulk Wi-Fi Internet access for apartment communities, office buildings and commercial developments.
Bingham Farms-based ComSpec International Inc. said Wednesday that after a 12 month review, Manhattan Christian College in Manhattan, Kan. selected ComSpec’s Empower Student Information System to manage its academic information.
A Bingham Farms-based media Web site that generates trading ideas has received new venture funding from the founders of Chicago-based Groupon.