Custom Computer Resources plans to hire 1 now, 1-2 later next year

About a quarter of a century ago what is now Custom Computer Resources
started as part of an accounting firm. Over the years it grew into its
own business based out of Farmington Hills with five employees.

The
company helps supply business applications to firms looking for more
efficiency in things like human resources and accounting. This service
has turned into a steadily growing business with an average of 10
percent revenue increases in recent years.

“When we work with
client we do planning with them and help them implement solutions,”
says Dilip Bordia, president of Custom Computer Resources

That
has led Custom Computer Resources to look for another employee (a
project manager) now and perhaps more in the near future. The company
is aiming for another year of 10 percent growth next year and even
adding another 1-2 people if it lands a key contract in Lansing.

The
firm services small- to medium-size businesses, along with government
agencies. Some of the agencies focus on things like mass transit in
municipalities in Michigan.

Source: Dilip Bordia, president of Custom Computer Resources
Writer: Jon Zemke