A Senior member of President Barack Obama’s Administration says Detroit’s emerging IT hub is key to job growth in this region.
The Michigan Strategic Fund is awarding $25 million to eight organizations that will support entrepreneurs in launching and growing companies throughout the state.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Thursday issued two requests for proposals for programs to aid Michigan entrepreneurs in commercializing competitive edge technologies in fields that now include agricultural processing and information technology.
Saginaw-based MiCTA, a national technology-purchasing cooperative, and Kirtland Community College in Roscommon announced they have issued a Request for Proposals seeking virtual information technology infrastructure and related services from qualified vendors. The RFP seeks virtualization […]
CareTech Solutions, a Troy-based IT and Web products and services provider to the health care industry, has launched Solution Found, a limited-time offer for hospitals to try its Service Desk, a healthcare-specific IT help desk, […]
Farmington Hills-based ZenaComp Inc., a full-service Microsoft Gold Certified technology partner, has added Aerodynamics Inc. of Waterford Township to its list of managed technology clients. ADI chose ZenaComp to manage the information technology of its […]
New Jersey-based GalaxE.Solutions Inc., which recently opened an office in downtown Detroit with plans to hire 500 employees there in the next five years, has achieved a Capability Maturity Model Integration Maturity Level 3 rating […]
The Novi IT firm Red Level Networks has become a gloStream Gold Partner. Red Level has proven it has the IT proficiency and capability to support and sell gloStream’s voice-enabled, Microsoft Office embedded electronic medical […]
Comerica Bank has “graduated” another six IT interns from its longstanding program with the Detroit Public Schools Golightly Career and Technical Center. Comerica began its relationship with Golightly’s Academy of Finance 20 years ago, adding […]