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Commerce, MI October 4th 2010
Automation Alley announced the winners of its 10th annual Awards Gala held at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, Michigan. Saylor Frase, President and CEO of Nuspire Networks, received the honor of Emerging Leader of the Year. Automation Alley is Michigan’s largest technology business association, third largest in the nation, and has over 1,000 members. Automation Alley is a technology business association driving the growth and image of Southeast Michigan’s economy through a collaborative culture that focuses on workforce and business development initiatives.
“Congratulations to tonight’s winners. Each is a true leader blazing Southeast Michigan’s path to prosperity,” said Ken Rogers, Executive Director. “Automation Alley is proud to recognize and honor these individuals for their tireless efforts in ensuring that our region continues its transformation into one that’s ripe with innovation and adaptability.”
The Emerging Leader award recognizes an individual with a strong commitment to the future growth and success of Southeast Michigan’s technology community.
Frase, in acceptance, remarks: “I am a true believer in Michigan’s potential and the future of its economic growth; it’s a great honor to be recognized and I accept the award on behalf of the tremendously skilled and driven employees that make Nuspire Corporation a vibrant and growing company, this honor is truly theirs.”
About Saylor Xavier Frase
Saylor X. Frase is the co-founder and president of Nuspire Corporation, a strategy-driven, results-oriented technology firm that provides a full range of Managed I.T. Security services to Fortune 500 companies ranging multiple market sectors, including customers like General Motors Corporation, Fox Networks, Sanyo and Subaru. Frase has led Nuspire to consistent growth, and in 2009, Nuspire was named to the list of North America’s “Fastest Growing Companies” by Inc. Magazine. Frase studied Information Systems and Computer Science at Central Michigan University and is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts. Professionally, Saylor has been recognized by Lawrence Tech University with a “Leader & Innovator” Award (2007), by Crain’s Magazine in its list of “40 under 40” top business professionals of Metro Detroit (2008) and highlighted by the State of Michigan as a leader in the technology sector as part of the “Michigan Upper Hand” Economic Development Program.
Additional information and complete list of winners: Click here.