The latest industry awards and certifications earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
Compuware Corp. said Monday that it had received an $11-a-share buyout proposal from a New York City-based hedge fund firm, Elliott Management Corp.
With the aid of the Macomb-OU INCubator, BEET, LLC has received a $250,000 Michigan Pre-Seed Microloan from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
The Jackson anesthesiology practice management firm Anesthesia Business Consultants and partner iMDsoft Inc. of Needham, Mass., Monday announced the launhc of myAnesthesia, cloud-based software featuring a user interface designed specifically for the iPad.
Secure-24 Inc., a provider of managed IT operations, application outsourcing and SAP cloud computing, is inviting the public to its Talent Fair, where job candidates can learn about the company and apply for more than 70 open positions.
Compuware Corp. last week announced the general availability of Changepoint 2012, the latest edition of its market-leading professional services automation and project portfolio management solution.
Compuware Corp.’s profits beat Wall Street estimates but its revenues fell short, according to figures for the first fiscal quarter ended June 30 reported Tuesday by the Detroit-based software and IT services company.
High tech has come to pet sitting and dog walking. The owner of Right At Home LLC, which provides services in metro Detroit and the Grand Rapids area, says he is using GPS devices and sophisticated software to improve his company’s services.
Campfire Interactive Inc., an Ann Arbor software company, has released the latest version of its MINT (Market INTelligence) product, which went live on May 22.
SRT Solutions, a software development, research and training company, has begun work with LLamasoft, a global leader in supply chain design technology.