Cybernet Systems is moving into bigger offices as the company continues to grow in Ann Arbor.
The 20-year-old company’s Pittsfield Township office is in the location where Costco plans to build a new store. That prompted the firm to find a new space about a mile away that is about 15 percent bigger. This move will help accommodate the company’s hiring of four people before this year ends as well as its plans to hire up to 20 more next year.
“There are a lot of possibilities for growth here,” says Norma Heller, vice president of finance and operations for Cybernet Systems.
The company now has 48 employees, including a handful at its newly opened Florida office. That office provides information assurance services, such as verifying and testing computer systems for government agencies.
Cybernet Systems has two new products on offer, including a virtual lab for vehicles and a hand-held computer that helps Navy shipmen perform maintenance on their vessels. It is also hoping to land a large contract with its ammunition sorting machine.
Writer: Jon Zemke
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