Release: Worksighted Expands with New Office in Southeast Michigan
Holland, MI, 02/21/2017 – Worksighted, a West Michigan based IT services provider, today announced the opening of a new office in Wixom, MI to better serve their rapidly growing client base in Southeast Michigan. The 3,000 square-foot facility at 28800 Beck Road will house a team of onsite service technicians, remote support personnel and account executives. Worksighted secured the facility in February and is currently serving clients from the space.
“We already partner with several clients in Southeast Michigan”, said Mike Harris, co-founder of Worksighted. “This is a great new location for us to better serve those clients and grow our business in that dynamic and growing corner of the state.”
Worksighted is a company that thrives on growth. The company recently earned their fifth consecutive Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies award and national recognition as one of The Best and Brightest Places to Work for the second year. Worksighted began in Holland, MI and has since expanded services into Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Lansing and now the metropolitan Detroit area.
Worksighted provides managed IT services and professional IT services to companies throughout Michigan with specialties in manufacturing, healthcare and services industries.
“Growing into Southeast Michigan is a natural fit for Worksighted. The region has a strong manufacturing background, and Oakland County is fast becoming a leader in Michigan’s technology segment. We think it’s a great time to jump in,” said Harris.
Worksighted has already created and filled four new positions for the Wixom office and expects to recruit six more team members this year. New positions include remote engineers, account executives, technical account managers, and onsite engineers.
Worksighted provides responsive, innovative, and strategic IT services to businesses seeking a valuable IT partner. Since 2000, the Holland-based firm has supported organizations throughout Michigan with the technology and strategy they need to grow. Find more at worksighted.com