Panasonic Automotive Systems Co. of America, a division of Panasonic Corp. of North America, announced it has relocated its Michigan offices from Southfield to Farmington Hills.
A company founded in 2006 to provide personal emegency response is on the grow, and soon will be on the move. Critical Signal Technologies Inc. currently has a bid in on a new headquarters that’s about two and a half times the size of its 9,000-square-foot building on Haggerty Road north of Nine Mile.
The TM Group, provider of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM products and services since 1984, Tuesday announced a move into a new headquarters in Farmington Hills.
Relume Technologies, a manufacturer of light-emitting diode products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting, is moving to a larger headquartesr that will allow more space for both manufacturing and customer service. The move will keep the company in Oxford.
The managed services provider Secure-24 Inc. Wednesday reported a fivefold increase in business over the past year, which prompted an aggressive recruitment drive, data center investment, and a move into a larger corporate headquarters.
Reliance One Inc. is planning on hiring more than 50 internal employees in the next five years at its new location in Auburn Hills where the staffing and business consulting company will move effective March 5.
The IT consulting firm Fulcrum Edge said Monday that it had moved into a new, larger office.
Founded in 1997 by Troy High School students Paul Chambers and Ryan Deyer, Core3 Solutions has grown substantially over the past 14 years. Based in Birmingham since 2004, Core3 has returned to its roots with an office space in Troy that accommodates their growth and fosters continued innovation.
A Troy company that started in 2003 as a typical advertising and Web agency but is now a provider of sophisticated marketing technology celebrated a move into a new headquarters Wednesday night.
The design firm 118id LLC said this week that it had moved into new headquarters in Troy. Company founder and CEO Mark Powers said that based on the company’s growth, he plans to hire 40 to 60 new staffers by the end of 2011 to fill up the 12,000-square-foot space at 3331 West Big Beaver, Suite 310.