#b#New in Town#/b#

Logic Planet, 101 College Road East, Second Floor, Princeton 08540; 732-512-0009; fax, 732-512-0003. Sudhir Varma, president. www.logicplanet.com.

Logic Planet, provider of software development and IT services, moved its corporate headquarters from Brunswick Avenue in Edison to 101 College Road East.

The company was founded in 2001 with a focus on providing clients with services in open source technologies, data warehousing, business intelligence, enterprise resource protocol, e-commerce client service, and object-oriented technologies

The company was ranked number 3,016 on Inc. magazine’s 2011 ranking of 5,000 fastest-growing companies. According to Inc., Logic Planet has more than 130 employees worldwide, adding 50 in the last three years. Revenues were $5.9 million in 2007 and $10 million in 2010.

The company also has offices in Irvine, CA, and Hyderebad, India.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

SDB (Sturhahn, Dickenson & Bernard), 100 Overlook Center, Second Floor, Princeton 08540; 609-921-6880; fax, 609-924-8991. Jay Bernard, president.

Sturhahn, Dickenson & Bernard moved from 152 Alexander Road to 100 Overlook Center. The firm is an authorized, independent Mercury Insurance Agency for auto insurance.

Lucid Technologies, 231 Clarksville Road, Suite 4-A, West Windsor 08550; 609-945-5921; fax, 888-899-4901. www.lucidcom.com

Lucid Technologies, a provider of IT consulting services, has moved to 231 Clarksville Road from 51 Everett Drive.

“We specialize in transforming IT operations so that it complements business directions and priorities, and delivers IT services consistently and effectively,” states the company’s website. “We provide a roadmap to support clients through the IT change process while aligning the business and achieving stakeholder agreement. The result is dramatic improvements in collaboration between users, applications, and technology components, generating significant value for any business and creating competitive advantage.”

Infosolve Technologies, 4365 Route 1 South, Suite 102, Princeton 08540; 732-940-0516; fax, 732-875-0853. Subbu Manchiraju, vice president. www.infosolvetech.com.

Infosolve Technologies, which integrates business data and improves its quality, moved from 2088 Route 130 in South Brunswick to an office at 4365 Route 1 South.

The company offers a “Zero Based Solutions” approach, which utilizes open source data services that require no licenses, term contracts, or up front hardware investments from customers. When it formed in 2003, the company previously sold software but then in 2007 moved to a model where it would only charge for professional services.

Witt Law LLC, 4478 Route 27, Kingston 08528; 609-279-0599; fax, 609-385-0142. Jared Witt, attorney at law. www.wittlawus.com.

Attorney Jared Witt has moved his firm, Witt Law, from 304 Wall Street to 4478 Route 27 in Kingston.

Witt concentrates his legal practice in the fields of business and commercial law, and real estate law. He has served as general counsel of TerraCycle, a green consumer products company. Previously he practiced corporate law, securities law, banking law, and real estate law at the Princeton-based firm, Jamieson Moore Peskin & Spicer (now Pepper Hamilton).

Witt received his JD in 1995 from Rutgers University School of Law. While at Rutgers, he studied international environmental law in Nairobi, Kenya.

Richard J. Lucash CPA, 690 Lawrenceville Road, unit 5, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-584-0448; fax, 609-584-0458. www.rjlucashcpa.com.

The accounting firm of Richard Lucash has moved from 1799 Klockner Road in Mercerville to 690 Lawrenceville Road in Lawrenceville. The move occurred in February.

Nassau Transportation Inc., 31 Crescent Avenue, Rocky Hill 08553-7276; 609-921-1362; fax, 609-921-1409. William D. Albert, president. www.NassauTransport.com.

Nassau Transport has moved out of its Research Park office at 418 Wall Street and is now operating from a home-based location in Rocky Hill.

Operations manager Ron Raynor said the company, which provides delivery services and also operates Nassau Courier, decided to close the physical location and concentrate on doing business over the Internet.


William Joseph Kush, 78, on October 2. He worked at Mobil Corporation’s technical service laboratory in Princeton.

John C. Henzler, 93, on October 2. He owned and operated two Exxon stations in East Windsor.

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