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Trubiquity Named One of Detroit's Cool Places to Work by Crain's Detroit Business
Trubiquity, a Troy, Michigan-based provider of global Managed File Transfer and business process integration solutions, has been named one of the area’s Cool Places to Work by Crain’s Detroit Business. The award comes after an employee-led nomination process followed by a survey administered by the American Society of Employers.
Trubiquity provides solutions for automotive, aerospace, advanced manufacturing, retail, finance, healthcare and consumer goods industries.
With West Coast facilities in Carlsbad, California, and international offices in Germany and the United Kingdom and an international network of resellers, Trubiquity facilitates its customers to connect, move and share key business information with its global teams and valued partners.
Officials with Trubiquity said in that the company is able to balance entrepreneurial spirit with the deep expertise of a tech industry stalwart. Its growth and acquisition strategy has seen expansion into a new global offices, several new solution lines and dozens of new team members, with the heart of the company rooted firmly in Metro Detroit.
Stephen Koons, CEO at Trubiquity, said in a statement, “In the software and technology marketplace, it is critical to focus on creating environments that are conducive to working with our client’s complex needs but that also balance and support our team members, who ultimately determine our success in the marketplace.”
Koons added, “As a high-growth technology company headquartered in Metro Detroit, we take great pride in not only meeting and exceeding our customers’ needs but also taking the time to invest in our team’s professional growth and personal well-being through a variety of programs. The team’s personal and professional fulfillment is an essential component of Trubiquity’s success.”
Trubiquity earned this award in the 51-125 category. Some of the other companies earning awards in this category include: Michigan First Credit Union, United Way for Southeastern Michigan, The Farbman Group, Giarmarco, Mullins & Horton, Brown & Brown of Detroit, Potestivo & Associates, Walsh College, MyInsuranceExpert.com (MIE Financial Services), Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Marketing Associates, McGraw Wentworth, and Detroit Athletic Club.
In recent news, Trubiquity was accepted as the newest member of EDIFICE, the European Network for B2B integration in High Tech Industries. The company was accepted by the organization's membership base after presenting at the most recent EDIFICE Plenary event earlier this month in Munich, Germany.
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Jayashree Adkoli is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jayashree's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by John Lahtinen