LinTech Global is picking up more work from the good, old USA thanks to a number of new contracts from the federal government.
The Farmington Hills-based business has diversified its client base in recent years, shifting more of its workload to U.S. military contracts. LinTech Global recently landed a $9 million dollar contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Learning Network where it will support the planning, development, testing, fielding, and sustainment of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Learning Network.
"All of the effort we put into getting federal contracts is starting to work now," says Michael Lin, president & CEO of LinTech Global
. "It opens a door for us to create a speciality in our area."
That sort of growth has allowed LinTech Global to grow its staff to 15 employees and it's looking to add an intern or two this year. The 5-year-old company also has six openings right now for software developers to accommodate current and expected growth.
"We've been building our pipeline to where, hopefully, we can double our revenue in the next year," Lin says.
Source: Michael Lin, president & CEO of LinTech Global
Writer: Jon Zemke
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