The Advantage

A Supply Chain Blog

Brighton, MI – August 5, 2019 – Lowry Solutions was recently named as one of the 100 Cool Places to Work in Michigan for 2019. Lowry was ranked 20th in the medium companies’ category for employers with 50 – 249 employees in Michigan. For the seventh year, Best Companies Group of Harrisburg, Pa., produced the ranking of Cool Places to Work in Michigan for Crain’s. The process was first, the employer-provided detailed information on benefits and policies; next, the employees answered questions about workplace culture, company leadership and other aspects of work in a confidential survey.

Mike Lowry, President, and CEO, Lowry Solutions

“We value our employees as a critical element of our success. They are the face of Lowry to our customers, and the brains behind our technical solutions. In addition to providing a challenging workplace that fuels employee growth, Lowry strives to keep our team healthy, happy, and enjoying their careers. From an on-site gym to special outings, to events like our Little Brown Jug contest between employees in the Michigan and Minnesota offices, we truly consider the whole person.”

About Lowry Solutions
Lowry Solutions a premier global systems integrator of enterprise-wide data collection solutions for more than four decades, we provide best-in-class solutions in Enterprise Mobility, IoT Solutions and Managed Print Services. With more than 10,000 clients, we bring real-life solution experience, distinct competence that delivers solutions, and unmatched expertise to Fortune 1000 companies. Our team of specialized consultants leads the industry in designing, deploying, and supporting custom system integration solutions for technical and operational environments that work across the entire supply chain. For more information please visit or call 888-881-2477.


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Lowry Solutions



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