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.
Davenport University has recently been engaged with a consortium of Michigan manufacturers to provide a series of workshops to help line workers and supervisors effectively address the challenge of renewed growth.
Red Cedar Technology’s recent growth has prompted the company to implement some changes to its organizational structure, as well as recognize the many contributions of key team members this year.
Ann Arbor-based Online Tech Inc. said it had ncreased its data center operations staff by 33 percent and added new partner certifications to their operations team in the first half of 2011.
The Ann Arbor data center operator Online Tech Inc. has experienced 39 percent revenue growth in the first five months of 2011. In response, they have expanded their sales and support by hiring six new employees.
The Northville IT services provider Vision Computer Solutions said Tuesday that it has doubled the number of clients it services since the 2010 introduction of its “fixed monthly fee” ForeSite managed IT services program.
Clean Energy Coalition’s growth has led to its recent move to a nearly 6,000-square-foot space on the north side of Ann Arbor.
University of Michigan Economist George Fulton’s latest economic forecast paints a much rosier picture for the state hardest hit by the recession.
Detroit-based Strategic Staffing Solutions, a global IT and business services firm, hit $205 million in sales in 2010, marking its 20th consecutive year of revenue growth.