Automation Alley Monday disclosed how it will use the $5 million worker training grant it announced in February: To give nearly 1,000 Michiganders highly sought IT skills for jobs now open at Hewlett-Packard, Lakeside Software, and other tech firms.
In an interview Thursday morning with WWJ Newsradio 950 technology editor Matt Roush, new GM CIO Randy Mott said he believes “insourcing” IT will give GM more capability to respond quickly to changes in the auto market — and to design cars with more cool tech features than the competition.
After another year of spectacular growth, the online manufacturing management software provider Plex Systems Inc. is looking at a move.
DEARBORN — Danny Newman was shocked when he heard Ford Motor Company was not only looking for developers to work with its award-winning Sync system, but sponsoring a contest encouraging developers to do whatever they […]
Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch. If you’re a Microsoft .Net software developer looking for a new challenge, anyway. Troy-based New World Systems will host its second meet and greet session […]
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.
Modern technologies, including the Internet, e-mail, text messages and an array of social media options, have grown in recent years to offer an infinite amount of information to consume. A Wayne State University researcher has teamed up with West Virginia University to make life’s daily data load more manageable and less distracting.
Strategic Staffing Solutions, a Detroit-based global IT and business services company, announced today that its Downtown Development Center has hit a count of 150 employees that service its major anchor customer, Blue Cross Blue Shield […]