Reduce Error, Reduce Cost: Lloyd Rogers

  Lloyd Rogers, based in Detroit, is director of business development at the vdR Group, a 35-year engineering, manufacturing, and AEC solutions provider with a focus on Digital Transformation through PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) technologies. The company has over 220,000 users leveraging vdR’ s solutions. “Our goal is to work with new customers by lookingContinue reading “Reduce Error, Reduce Cost: Lloyd Rogers”

INSource Profile: Jake Flagle

  Jake Flagle is the founder and president of 316 Product Development. “We opened our doors seven years ago, in 2013. We have a full-service team that does industrial design, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, software engineering, as well as quality & regulatory,” Flagle said. Flagle identified the six stages of product development that the companyContinue reading “INSource Profile: Jake Flagle”

Diversity in Many Forms: LaTisha Egenolf

  LaTisha Egenolf, founder of Arroyo Industries, LLC, acquired Direct Path Alliance, an Indianapolis based 12-year-old consulting company, in May 2019, making it a woman and minority owned and certified business. Arroyo Industries, LLC has two divisions – one is consulting ( and the other is manufacturing ( “Our consultants at Direct Path are diverseContinue reading “Diversity in Many Forms: LaTisha Egenolf”

Company Profile: Lori Seppanen

  Lori Seppanen is the cost engineer & program manager for Miller Consulting Group supporting Allison Transmission at the Vehicle Environmental Test (VET) facility. “I am responsible for managing the overall test schedule for the VET to ensure we are maximizing opportunities and minimizing cost. I also analyze the VET operating to identify areas ofContinue reading “Company Profile: Lori Seppanen”

Crown Training & Development: Filling Gaps in Practical Knowledge

Dave Maksimovich, General Manager at Crown Training & Development, started the company in 1999 because he saw a technical skills gap in the world of industrial and manufacturing services that needed to be filled. “We noticed a need to bridge the gap between what students learned in college and what they actually needed to knowContinue reading “Crown Training & Development: Filling Gaps in Practical Knowledge”

Checking In: Dale Miller Talks INSource 2.0

  Nearly a decade after the last issue of INSource Magazine, Dale Miller decided to revive the quarterly publication, updating it for a new era. “I was having a conversation with an old friend which made me realize how valuable the magazine is. It’s the exact tool we need to help promote our partners byContinue reading “Checking In: Dale Miller Talks INSource 2.0”

Keaton Modleski: A Fresh Approach to Web Design

  Keaton Modleski, a college student at Purdue University and sole proprietor of Modleski Web Design, believes in a more personal approach to the design of websites and web-based applications. “I make every project a very personal one. I enjoy getting to know my customers and their businesses, and with a better understanding of theContinue reading “Keaton Modleski: A Fresh Approach to Web Design”