SSI [Now RightHand] Commemorates 15th Anniversary at Open House March 14
Glen Ellyn, Illinois Feb 28, 2007 -- SSI [Now RightHand] will hold its 15-year anniversary celebration and Open House March 14, 4pm - 8pm, at the new facility at 475 Taft Avenue in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. The past year holds a number of milestones for the company including significant growth and the move to a larger location this past December.
Various innovative embedded products developed by SSI [Now RightHand] Engineers will be on display at the event. These engineering demonstrations include cutting-edge implementations with technologies such as Wireless Sensors, Global Positioning Systems, Weight-Based Inventory Control and Touch Panel Appliances.
"In addition to sharing a toast, the SSI [Now RightHand] Open House is an excellent opportunity to mingle with managers and engineers from other area technology companies in a casual environment.", invites Michele Mordacq, SSI's [Now RightHand] President. Fabulous food and drinks will be plentiful.
In addition, there will be a number of prizes raffled including a Cobra GPS and a Wii Game Console System. Attendees must RSVP and attend to win. Employees and their immediate families are not eligible.
Michele Mordacq attributes the company's longevity and growth to its talented, creative employees and their ability to listen and respond to client's needs. Referencing the shoreline of Lake Michigan, employees proudly refer to SSI [Now RightHand] as "Outsourcing to the Third Coast".
Directions: From I-355, go west on Roosevelt Road/IL-38 for 1.2 miles. Take a left on S. Main Street. Turn right at Taft Avenue - third building on the left.
About SSI [Now RightHand]
SSI [Now RightHand] has been assisting hi-tech companies in getting their products to market since 1992 – from our lab location in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
SSI [Now RightHand] offers professional programming services, developing hardware-based real-time software products including firmware, rapid prototypes, device drivers, machine to machine (M2M), platform porting, protocol stacks, wireless, biometrics and RFID. Embedded development platforms include Windows, UNIX and Linux Systems.