Judging by Secure-24's track record lately, one would think the word growth or some derivative of it would be the company's middle name.
The Southfield-based information security provider is adding roughly one person per week and expects to double its employee base to 140 by the end of the year ... as long at its 100 percent revenue growth continues (as it has for the last several years).
That growth might also explain why Secure-24 has been named as one of Michigan's 50 Companies to Watch by the Edward Lowe Foundation.
The firm manages the IT of financial, payroll and logistic services for companies like Foresee Results and GM Racing, among others.
"We are the head of the dragon when it comes to IT," says Matt Wenzler, a vice president with Secure-24. "We run all of the infrastructure and let them run their business."
The company was formed in 2000 by two men, Matthias Horch and Volker Straub, who relocated from Germany. The pair decided to locate to Metro Detroit over California.
Source: Matt Wenzler, vice president of Secure-24
Writer: Jon Zemke