Secure-24 Inc. has come a long way from the simple desire of its two German founders to start a business so they could stay in the United States. The managed IT services provider has moved into 50,000 square feet of the First Center complex in Southfield. Its employee count has boomed more than 60 percent over the past year and now stands at 280.
The TM Group has moved into new headquarters space in Farmington Hills and continues to grow and hire.
A local tech company that got its start helping college roommates split bills is now seeing rapid growth in helping nonprofits manage their money more efficiently.
ForeSee, the global leader in customer experience analytics, Wednesday released an update on the close of 2011 and its plans for continued expansion and growth in 2012.
After another year of spectacular growth, the online manufacturing management software provider Plex Systems Inc. is looking at a move.
CareTech Solutions, an IT and Web products and services provider for more than 200 United States hospitals, announced Tuesday that its service desk, a hospital help desk for clinical and administrative staff, grew in revenue by 25 percent in 2011.
Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3), the Detroit-based global information technology and business services company, Tuesday reported 2011 revenue of $220 million.
According to a new multistate survey, certified public accountants in Michigan and surrounding states are slightly more optimistic about business growth in their respective states for 2012 than the nation as a whole.
Although there are some who would say that survival is the greatest achievement in Michigan’s recent business climate, there are some companies who’ve actually been able to flourish. Marking their 15th year of business — and 9th year of business in Michigan — Fast Switch continues to stay in those ranks.
The Michigan economy appears poised to continue its recovery, although full economic health is still well in the distance, say University of Michigan economists.