From Thomas Edison and the light bulb to Henry Ford and the automobile, the Midwest has long been recognized for hard work and innovation.
Finding a better way is in our DNA! Working closely with clients, we saw first-hand, their challenges in litigation and the entire digital aspect of the legal process. We realized that we needed to change the game and value was the keyword! And thus began our journey to where we are today.
Computing Source founded
Computing Source opens its first office on Monday, September 10, 2001 in Southfield.
Computing Source enters legal technology industry
It all started with a backup tape. When Computing Source was hired to help with a court case involving a backup tape for a global information technology giant, Managing Director Mark St. Peter realized there was a massive need in the legal community for support and technology services. This realization was the catalyst for the company's growth into an all-in-one technology firm.
Detroit Office Opens
Computing Source opens its Downtown Detroit office in the Central Business District of the Motor City.
Computing Source acquires Evidence Express
Recognizing an opportunity for mutual growth and success, Computing Source acquired litigation graphics firm Evidence Express in July, 2013. Evidence Express is led by expert Tess Brady and utilizes cutting edge technology, decades of graphic design and legal experience to produce an extensive array of high quality visual aids for all manners of legal proceedings.
Birmingham Studio Opens
With the acquisition of Evidence Express came the addition of a demonstrative evidence design studio in Birmingham, Michigan.
Computing Source starts Trial Services practice
Adding to its suite of offerings, Computing Source hires a talented team of Trial Presentation professionals and videographers.
Ann Arbor Office Opens
Computing Source establishes a sales office in Ann Arbor.
Chicago Office Opens
Located in the heart of Chicago's Loop, Computing Source opens its Chicago office and employs an experienced and skilled team.
Grand Rapids Office Opens
Computing Source opens first Grand Rapids office.
Computing Source hits milestone of 100 team members
The recent hires include electronic evidence techs, forensic examiners, trial presentation professionals, attorneys, and court reporters. The company continues to have a number of open positions as well.
Computing Source CEO and Managing Director named DBusiness Champion of the New Economy
For the fifth year in a row, Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, in partnership with DBusiness magazine and News/Talk 760 WJR, selected six regional executives who are driving growth in highly competitive industries. Mark St. Peter of Computing Source is selected with other leading local executives.
Computing Source acquired MuniDeals
Computing Source acquires Southfield, Michigan based MuniDeals which provides municipal finance professionals with a wealth of easy-to-use services designed to streamline their workflow, including financial printing and specialized digital portals.
Computing Source chosen by Crain’s Detroit Business as a Cool Place to Work
Employers who go the extra mile get high marks from their employees -- and get recognized in Crain's 2014 Cool Places to Work recognition program. Here are 75 cool places, as determined by a survey of their workforces.
Computing Source moves to new headquarters in Madison Heights, and opens Midwest’s largest data center
Located at 29401 Stephenson Highway, the 39,766 square-foot facility houses many of Computing Source's employees, the data center and all of the company's service divisions, including electronic discovery, computer forensics, demonstrative evidence, trial presentation services, copy/scan/print services, fixed price meet and confer consulting and much more.
Grand Rapids Office Expands
Located on Grand Rapids' popular Ottawa Avenue, Computing Source expands its presence to offer video conference, court reporting, copy/scan and e-discovery services.
Computing Source CEO and Managing Director selected as EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist in Michigan and Ohio
Ernst & Young LLP announced this week the finalists for its EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards in Michigan and Northwest Ohio. The program, in its 29th year, recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.
Indianapolis office opening begins!
Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, Computing Source begins building out its Southern Region office.