RazorThreat Expands its Board of Directors: Pontiac-based RazorThreat has added former IBM executive Jack Young to its board of directors. Young is a seasoned software industry executive. From 2006 until his retirement in 2010, he served as vice president of asset management software in the IBM Software Group. From 1993 until 2006 Jack served as executive vice president, products and technology for MRO Software Inc. IBM acquired MRO Software in 2006. From 2003 to 2010 Jack served on the board of directors of Double-Take Software Inc. (Nasdaq:DBTK), a publically traded disaster recovery software company. RazorThreat, based in Pontiac, Michigan, provides cyber-security software that detects unknown and unauthorized activity occurring in a network whether it originated externally to the organization or internally. RazorThreat Vision provides post-filter analysis of log and flow data finding the targeted, customized, threats that elude traditional security systems. For more information, please visit www.razorthreat.com.

Billhighway Expands Marketing Team: Troy-based Billhighway, a provider of cloud-based financial management for nonprofit organizations, announced the hiring of Charlotte Stowe as marketing lead for higher education and digital. As Billhighway’s Marketing Lead, Stowe will help strengthen Billhighway’s brand equity and business growth in nonprofit higher education markets. Stowe will also coordinate digital marketing programs and market research for the company.  Stowe is a recent graduate of the Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University.  A native of Traverse City, Stowe completed an extensive market and trends research internship program at Sphere Trending in Waterford Township, a national leader in making sense of unexpected market trend shifts. Bilhighway’s suite of nonprofit financial management solutions lets organizations dramatically improve accounting, payment processing and online banking. The cloud financial management solution easily configures and scales to address donor, membership and financial processing needs. Nonprofit organizations use Billhighway’s financial management system to reduce expenses, increase cash flow and mitigate risk. More than 3,500 nonprofits trust Billhighway to seamlessly manage $5 billion in transactions. More at www.billhighway.com.