The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announces that 23 new members joined the organization in April.
Blackstone Technology Group, a global IT services firm, and the Detroit utility DTE Energy announced a “go live” of Trellis, technology that will allow DTE Pipeline and Bluestone Gathering, wholly owned subsidiaries of DTE Energy, to efficiently manage all natural gas transactions and grow their transportation and gathering businesses.
The Hartland IT services firm Five Sparrows LLC announced the launch of its redesigned Web site at http://www.FiveSparrows.com.
Trivalent Group, one of Michigan’s largest technology firms, announced an expanded partnership with StillSecure, a Superior, Colo.-based managed security services and certified compliance company.
The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services has published its 2013 “Flex-staffing” Request for Proposals for U.S. businesses interested in applying to become a MiHIN approved vendor for general project work, information technology services and security and privacy services.
SourcePath, a growing Metro Detroit provider of IT services to small businesses founded in 2001, announces it has changed its name to Motor City Technology to reflect its commitment to its clients and the future of where they do business.
Marvel Technologies Inc., a provider of IT products and services, Monday reported a 74 percent increase in revenue and a 50 percent increase in employee count during 2012.
Avalon Technologies Inc. Thursday announced its 10th anniversary in business, specializing in IT services, consulting and implementation.
Compuware Corp. Friday rejected an $11-a-share buyout offer from a New York hedge fund, Elliott Management Corp.