Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3), the Detroit-based global information technology and business services company, Tuesday reported 2011 revenue of $220 million.
Revenue rose, but not as fast as costs for the Detroit-based software and IT services giant. As a result, profitability declined.
Red Level Networks, an IT products and services provider, has joined the VentureTech Network.
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.
Red Level Networks, the Novi IT products and services provider, said Monday that it has expanded the company by adding new offices in Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids.
Compuware Corp. announced sharply higher net income and revenue for its first fiscal quarter, ended June 30.
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.
Hewlett-Packard Co. is providing further evidence that southeast Michigan is one of the nation’s hottest markets for tech jobs, with HP joining the hiring wave by bringing 250 new jobs to Pontiac.
Detroit-based Strategic Staffing Solutions Inc., Detroit’s largest information technology and business services company, marked the one year anniversary of its Detroit Development Center with the opening of a second floor of operations in the Penobscot Building.
The last of the three founders of Michigan’s largest tech company, Compuware Corp., has left day-to-day management of the software and IT services giant.