LinTech Global is on a growth tear in Farmington Hills, hiring about a dozen people over the last year and getting ready to open a new office in Rochester.
"We grew a lot," says Michael Lin, president & CEO of LinTech Global
. "We've grown about 400 percent in sales since last year. We have tripled our headcount."
The four-year-old firm now employs 17 people who specialize in everything from cyber security to software engineering to application support. It does work for a number of federal agencies in the defense and civilian sectors, such as the Naval Sea Systems Command and Federal Aviation Administration.
LinTech Global does about half of its work with public entities and the rest with private firms. Lin expects the recent government cutbacks to have an impact on his business so he is preparing for growth to ratchet down to the 50-percent range.
"I don't want to be too aggressive," Lin says.Source: Michael Lin, president & CEO of LinTech GlobalWriter: Jon Zemke
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