MTAM Adds New Organizations, Wireless, Mobile Community Expansion

MTAM Adds New Organizations, Wireless, Mobile Community Expansion

DETROIT – The Mobile Technology Association of Michigan has added a number of new member organizations and individuals that reflect the continuously expanding diversity of industries that are becoming involved with mobile and wireless technologies.

They include:

Washtenaw Community College – Advanced Transportation Center (Ann Arbor)

Walsh College – Center for Cybersecurity Leadership (Troy)

CGS Advisors (Bloomfield)

Incipia (Detroit)

IZI Mobile (Birmingham)

Optomi (Livonia)

Christopher Olzem, Oakland County (Pontiac)

Sara Fall, Macomb Community College (Warren)

“Among this most recent group of new members there are several educational institutions represented, as well as mobile and wireless tech work being done in the areas of Transportation, CyberSecurity, mobile development and government,” said Linda Daichendt, MTAM CEO and Executive Director. “The group includes consulting and staffing firms as well, a wide range of organizations that showcases the wide range of uses of, and opportunities with, these technologies.”

MTAM is also proud to announce a recent profile interview about the organization on GRTV’s ‘NPO Showcase with Julie Way’. Interviewed was MTAM’s Michigan Mobile Musings podcast host, Melissa Birnie, who discussed the MTAM organization and its services, mobile and wireless technologies, and work being done by a number of specific MTAM members including: Logic Solutions, Rocket Fiber, Pixo Group, Marvel Apps/Carrot Pass and more. See the video interview at GoMobileMichigan.org/About.

Those interested in hearing past episodes of the Michigan Mobile Musings podcast can visit the archive site at https://michiganmobilemusings.com/our-podcast/.

For more information: info@GoMobileMichigan.org

 

By |2016-02-01T20:52:52+00:00February 1st, 2016|Connected Tech|

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