Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, welcomed 19 new members to its growing membership roster in October, edging closer to 1,000 member organizations.
Your cell phone is already your pocket computer, game deck, navigation device and encyclopedia. Next? It’ll be your doctor, clinic and pharmacy.
The latest new business earned by Michigan’s tech-focused companies
Automation Alley announced that the application packet for the Technical Talent Development Program’s Challenge Fund is now available to its nearly 1,000 member employers.
The art and design-oriented College for Creative Studies in Detroit and business-oriented Walsh College in Troy are collaborating to offer business courses to undergraduate CCS students on CCS’s campuses beginning this fall.
Altair announced the opening of two new offices, Altair Hellenic in Thessaloniki, Greece, and Altair Israel in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Aaron Chernow is CEO of Brightwing in Troy. Brightwing offers staffing, recruiting, training, and development for companies to create workplace environments where employees thrive. The company has branch offices in Dallas and Weston, Fla. Chernow drives the strategic direction and operational performance of the firm. Previously, he was chief operating officer of Brightwing and was vice president at MEC Personnel Consultants. Brightwing was named to the Inc. 5,000 after marking a three-year revenue growth of 85 percent, increasing from $20 million in 2009 to $37.1 million in 2012. The company also added 140 jobs during that period. Under his leadership, Brightwing has been named a Top Small Company Workplace, by Inc. magazine, a Cool Place to Work by Crain’s Detroit Business, a 101 Best and Brightest Company to Work For by the Michigan Business and Professional Association and Corp! magazine, and a Best Place to Work by the Dallas Business Journal. Chernow also serves as vice chairman of the board of directors for Jewish Vocational Service Detroit. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from the University of Michigan and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy. Read the complete profile at http://www.ltu.edu/leaders.
Meritor Wabco Monday announced the availability of OnLane, its lane departure warning system, as an option on Freightliner Cascadia and Freightliner Cascadia Evolution trucks.
A small plane crashed into a field in southeastern Minnesota on Friday, killing three people from Metro Detroit and critically injuring a fourth.
The latest awards and certifications from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and individuals.