GalaxE in new alliance with Informatica. Somerset, N.J.- based development operation in Detroit, said Monday it had a new business alliance with Redwood City, Calif.- based Informatica Corp., the world’s No. 1 provider of data integration software.
New Jersey-based information-technology company GalaxE. Solutions Inc. is expanding its Detroit presence and taking a larger lease at the 1001 Woodward building. Driven by new contracts to develop health care IT work in Detroit, GalaxE.’s plan to hire 500 IT professionals over the next five hears is ahead of schedule, necessitating the need for more space.
Promotional video highlighting GalaxE’s innovative approach to creating US-based jobs, “Outsource to Detroit.”
The WJBK Fox 2 Detroit news story from May 2, 2012, on Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow’s visit to GalaxE’s Detroit delivery center related to the company’s innovative “Outsource to Detroit” jobs initiative, which directly relates to her own “Bring Jobs Home Act” initiative.
GalaxE.Solutions and its “Outsource to Detroit” jobs initiative is referenced at approximately 4:10 in the video.
Highlights from President Barack Obama and Chairman and CEO of GalaxE.Solutions, Tim Bryan, speaking at the White House, January 11, 2012, on insourcing jobs to America and the impact of innovative ideas like the GalaxE.Solutions “Outsource to Detroit” initiative.
The “do not’s” are as important as the “do’s,” according to Ryan Hoyle, director of global recruiting for GalaxE Solutions, an IT Company with offices in Detroit, New Jersey, Canada and India. As someone who looks through hundreds of resumes a week, he sees plenty of things that draw his attention – for the wrong reasons.
CNBC television interview with GalaxE Chairman and CEO, Tim Bryan, discussing the continued push to bring IT jobs back to the United States.
WJBK “Job Shop” coverage of GalaxE.Solutions (GalaxE) replacing a 10-story Apple iPad 2 banner with a banner promoting its “Outsource to Detroit” initiative. It is hoped the new banner will be a significant source of pride for the people who live in Detroit and the state of Michigan, letting everyone know the city is once again open and ready for business.