The latest in new business announcements from Michigan’s technology-focused companies
Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE:DLPH) announced Tuesday that it will offer its car-to-cloud/cloud-to-car connectivity system to U.S. Cellular customers.
WIT has expanded its business offerings to include IT recruiting and staffing services, with the hiring of Matheen Syed as national delivery lead for sales and talent acquisiton.
The Altair Partner Alliance announced the expansion of its material database offering with new partner, Ithaca, N.Y.-based Matereality LLC.
Media Genesis, an internet services provider, said Wednesday it has worked with the Detroit Jewish News Foundation to launch a site that promotes the digital archive of more than 70 years of the Detroit Jewish News.
Billhighway, creator of cloud-based automation software that simplifies finance and fundraising operations, Wednesday announced it is implementing its enterprise system at Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan, providing payment processing and integration with donor management and accounting systems.
Altair, a provider of engineering technology and software, Tuesday announced that its PBS Professional supercomputer workload management software now supports cross-domain configurations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
The Troy engineering technology provider Altair Monday announced the general availability of Display Manager, a web-based environment for remote visualization of very big data arising from large high-performance computing simulations.
Hundreds of teens are hoping the force was with them as they auditioned for the new “Star Wars” movie in Troy.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, has made an additional investment of $75,000 in Madison Heights-based TerraYebo Inc. to support the socially conscious Web developer’s involvement in the Game On Cancer campaign in collaboration with Henry Ford Health System’s Josephine Ford Cancer Institute and the Detroit Lions.