The Detroit software and IT services provider Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR), Michigan’s largest tech company, reported a decline in profits despite higher revenue in the fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended March 31.
Ann Arbor-based Logic Solutions Inc. has acquired Quantum Compliance Systems, for whom Logic served as a technology partner for more than a decade.
One of the first low-profit limited liability corporations, or L3Cs, in Michigan, ardentCause, has received funding from Southfield-based Mission Throttle L3C, and the Detroit Development Fund.
A new business incubator in Sterling Heights is ready for tech-based startups to move in.
X-Rite Inc. Wednesday announced its new portfolio of i1 Professional Color Management Solutions which now include a redesigned i1Pro 2 spectrophotometer.
Sterling Heights-based Xpert Technologies has been named an authorized docStar partner. DocStar offers comprehensive and integrated document management software and services.
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The name on the building is TechTown, and this business incubator is smack in the growing Midtown neighborhood of Detroit. But the folks there want to remind you that they don’t just help tech companies, and they don’t just help companies that are based in Detroit.
Revenue rose, but not as fast as costs for the Detroit-based software and IT services giant. As a result, profitability declined.