• Tech Company Turns Software Into Subsidiary

    An Indianapolis-based tech company has announced plans to split one of its software platforms into its own subsidiary. Axia Technology Partners says Kerauno, a communications workflow platform that connects people, process, software and systems, will operate as an independent software company under the AxiaTP umbrella.

  • Toll Road Operator Set to Launch Transportation System

    Granger-based Indiana Toll Road Concession Co. says it will begin work in early 2018 on its previously-planned intelligent transportation system. The project follows the installation of 70 miles of fiber optic cable, which was completed earlier this year as part of the $220 million 80/90 PUSH Project. 

  • Holcomb says the state's partnership with Lessonly shows Indiana is "leaning into this space in a big, big way."

    Holcomb: Tech Companies Growing in 'Perfect Environment'

    Governor Eric Holcomb says Indiana's pool of mentors in tech create an industry where "the hits just keep on coming." He says entrepreneurs who have turned "coffee table discussions" into million and billion-dollar companies paved the way for businesses like Indianapolis-based Lessonly, which today announced a $2 million expansion involving more than 100 new jobs. Chief Executive Officer Max Yoder says the growth, coming just weeks after announcing...

  • (Image courtesy of the Offfice of Governor Eric Holcomb.)

    Lessonly Announces More Growth

    Indianapolis-based Lessonly Inc. says a $2 million investment will create more than 100 jobs by 2020. The training software company says it will initially build on its current operations, but will look to expand its footprint in the city during the next five years. Last month, Lessonly announced an $8 million round of funding. The growth will more than double the current size of the Lessonly team. The new positions are expected to pay...

  • The commitment from Infosys, which involves plans for 2,000 jobs that were announced earlier this year, was the largest of the year according to the IEDC.

    IEDC Chalks Up a Record-Breaker

    The state is reporting a record year for job commitments and the Indiana Economic Development Corp. says plans totaling 30,158 new jobs are heavily driven by one industry typically tied to the state and another that's rapidly gaining ground. Manufacturing, Indiana's traditional economic bread-and-butter, continued to lead the way in expected job commitments with 10,885. Job commitments in technology rose year-over-year to more than 7,600.

  • (L to R) Cody Parrent and Kelly Krauskopf

    Pacers Debut NBA 2K League Team

    Pacers Sports & Entertainment has unveiled the name and logo for its NBA 2K League esports team. Pacers Gaming, which will include a roster of five players, becomes the fourth franchise under the PS&E umbrella, along with the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and Fort Wayne Mad Ants. The Pacers Gaming roster will be selected in March through a League Draft. The team is one of 17 participating in the inaugural season of the NBA 2K League, which will debut in...

  • Greenville Company Lands NASA Contract

    NASA has awarded more than $10 million in development contracts to three companies, including one in Indiana. Greenville-based Techshot Inc. will work to develop a space-based, on-demand fabrication lab prototype. 

  • Ball State's Teachers College has existed since its founding in 1918.

    Proposed Ball State Degree to Fill High-Tech Gap

    Indiana's largest producer of traditionally-prepared teacher candidates is planning to launch a degree program aligned with one of the top orkforce needs in the state. Ball State University's undergraduate degree in computer science education will combine computer science major and education core requirements in what President Geoff Mearns calls "a logical step" for preparing the next generation of educators in the state. He says it will fill a major gap as...

  • Homework Hotline Lands Funding, Expands Program

    Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. has awarded a $2.85 million grant to support Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Homework Hotline. The school says the funding will allow Homework Hotline to strengthen its virtual presence with new technology. Rose-Hulman says, beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year, the Homework Hotline will start collecting aggregate information from tutoring sessions in order to identify specific knowledge gaps in...

  • Tolliver: Record Stretch For Commercial Real Estate

    Cushman & Wakefield Regional Vice President of Research Jason Tolliver has high hopes for the commercial real estate market in Indiana in 2018. Tolliver says 2016-2017 represents the best two-year stretch ever in Indiana and will lead into a "Goldilocks" scenario for next year. "I think you're going to have strong demand. I don't know that it's going to be as strong as what we've seen this year, but it's not going to overpower the amount of...

  • Spencer County Site Deemed Fiber-Ready

    The Lincoln Commerce Center in Rockport is the latest facility to be certified as AT&T Fiber Ready. The Spencer County facility is home to six nonprofit organizations.

  • (photo courtesy Aggressively Organic)

    Fishers Ag Startup Launches Campaign For Puerto Rico

    A Fishers-based agriculture tech startup has launched a crowdfunding campaign to assist people in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria. Aggressively Organic Inc. is looking to raise $500,000 in order to ship 50,000 of its Micro Growth Systems, which the company says will help feed the people of Puerto Rico. The Micro Growth Systems are self-contained personal hydroponic systems that will allow residents, agencies and relief groups to grow various types of ...

  • Danielle McDowell is the executive director of The Speak Easy.

    Speak Easy Looks to Stock Tech Pipeline With Vets

    A new effort in Indianapolis is aiming to boost the presence of military veterans in the tech scene. The Speak Easy's Tech Warriors initiative involves connecting vets with industry opportunities and raising awareness among local executives about the benefits of hiring vets. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Speak Easy Executive Director Danielle McDowell said Tech Warriors offers an opportunity to...

  • (Image of construction courtesy of NextEra Energy Resources.)

    Commissioning Complete at $200M Wind Farm

    State, local and company officials Thursday are commissioning Indiana's newest wind farm. The $200 million Bluff Point Wind Energy Center includes 57 turbines and Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources Inc. says the installation in Jay and Randolph Counties could produce enough power for more than 36,000 homes.

  • Ontario Systems Names President

    Muncie-based Ontario Systems has selected Jason Harrington as president. Harrington, who previously served as senior vice president and chief revenue officer for the company, succeeds co-founder Ron Fauquher, who will continue in his role as chief executive officer. 

  • Formstack COO Dustin Sapp operates remotely from Colorado Springs.

    Formstack Adding Colorado Office

    Indianapolis-based Formstack has announced plans to open an office in Colorado. The software-as-a-service company says the new location in Colorado Springs will serve as a hub for its outbound sales, mid-market and enterprise team, and will create 55 jobs.

  • Web Design Firm Planning Growth in New Indy Office

    Aero Interactive is celebrating the opening of its new headquarters in downtown Indianapolis. The web design, development and branding firm says the office will accommodate its growing staff, which doubled in size in 2017. 

  • The company said last month it plans to launch operations by April.

    Indian Company Picks Columbus For North American HQ

    An executive with an India-based engineering company planning to establish its North American headquarters in Columbus is touting Indiana's work force. Vice Chairman Sudhakar Gande says AXISCADES will "leverage the availability of skilled engineering talent in Indiana" to fill an expected 500 openings by 2023. AXISCADES, which announced plans to locate in Indiana, expects to create up to 100 jobs within the first year of operation as part of a $10 million investment.

  • (Image of Laurie Burns McRobbie courtesy of Indiana University.)

    IU First Lady Part of Women-Focused Tech Event

    Indiana University First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie says she hopes attendees at Thursday's Launch(ed) Women in Technology event at Launch Fishers will take away an understanding of how welcoming and supportive the state's tech scene is for women and young girls. She will join a number of executives throughout the state including Indiana First Lady Janet Holcomb, Elevate Ventures CIO Ting Gootee and Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo.

  • Blue Horseshoe broke ground on the project in March 2016.

    Blue Horseshoe to Open Carmel HQ

    Carmel-based Blue Horseshoe Solutions will Thursday cut the ribbon on its new $3.5 million corporate headquarters. The global logistics software firm announced the project in March 2016, saying it would add 70 jobs by 2020. 

  • Ed Hawkins is president of Indianapolis-based Agilify.

    New Automation Business Touts 'No-Shoring' Potential

    An Indianapolis-based subsidiary of the country's largest nonprofit health system is branching out with Wednesday's public launch of its own commercial division. Ascension believes Agilify will compete in a market that could swell to more than $2 billion in a few years. The company sprouted from robotic-process automation work at the Ascension Ministry Service Center in Marion County over the last seven years and has grown to more than 60 employees.

  • The Pathfinders Summer Institute will run from July 15-20, 2018 on the IU campus.

    Infosys Targets Tech Teaching Gap

    Infosys Foundation USA used today's Hour of Code events to announce a program designed to address what its chaiperson calls "one of the biggest gaps" in education. Kaustav Mitra says the Pathfinders Summer Institute will bring hundreds of K-12 teachers from throughout the United States to Indiana University in Bloomington for computer science training. He says participants' tuition, travel and boarding will be paid for through foundation money, matching district funds...

  • (photo courtesy Indiana University)

    Don Brown Biotech Startup to Invest $16M

    A biotech startup in Indianapolis is looking to establish its headquarters near the IUPUI campus. According to documents filed with the city, LifeOmic Inc. plans to invest $16 million to set up shop at the IU Emerging Technology Center and hire 225 employees by 2023. LifeOmic provides a cloud-based service that allows medical professionals to compile comprehensive medical records for specific patients in one location. The company was founded by Indianapolis entrepreneur Don Brown...

  • (Image courtesy of the city of Zionsville.)

    Dozens of New Jobs Planned in Boone County

    Two Zionsville companies have announced expansions. Two companies expanding their operations in Zionsville Zionsville, Ind. – 120WaterAudit and Stringcan, Inc. dba Gear Marketing are expanding their operations in Zionsville.

  • Turner says his ultimate goal is to help teach a new generation of players the game of basketball.

    Pacers Star Going Digital With LA Startup

    An Indiana Pacers star is taking his on-the-court skills to a new digital training platform. Myles Turner is partnering with Los Angeles-based Star Vizn to offer a 12-week training program being released today. The platform aims to help aspiring entrepreneurs, athletes and entertainers learn their craft. Turner filmed his course in October in Indianapolis. He joins other big names including former Shark Tank star Kevin Harrington and National Football League Hall of Famer Jerry...

  • Idea Week will take place April 21-28.

    Idea Week Unveiled in Northern Indiana

    Details for an event described as a cross between a bigger city innovation and entrepreneurship summit and a festival have been released. Idea Week, a collaboration among the University of Notre Dame, the cities of South Bend and Elkhart and businesses and organizations throughout Michiana, will take place April 21-28.

  • Fadness: Record 2017, More to Come

    Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness says 2017 will be a record year for economic development in his young city and the deals show no signs of slowing down. Fadness says companies have this year committed to adding 2,185 jobs and investing $64.5 million in Fishers. Since 2015, when Fishers became a city, Fadness says the job commitments total more than 4,500. "And we think that momentum is going to continue into 2018," said Fadness.

  • The Launch(ed) Women event is set for Thursday, December 7 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Launch Fishers.

    Fishers Event Looks to 'Launch Women'

    Indiana University First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie will next week host a panel discussion and networking event at Launch Fishers. Launch(ed) Women in Technology will also feature Indiana First Lady Janet Holcomb, Fishers First Lady Aunna Fadness and a keynote presentation from Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo. The Launch(ed) Women event is set for Thursday, December 7 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Launch Fishers. Other participants will include Elevate Ventures...

  • (photo courtesy University of Notre Dame) Emu Technologies has an office at the IDEA Center at Innovation Park in South Bend.

    $5M Infusion to Boost Notre Dame-Connected Tech Company

    A Big Data technology and software company with a presence in South Bend is planning to grow following a $5 million round of funding. Emu Technology, which has offices at the IDEA Center at the University of Notre Dame's Innovation Park and in New York City, says it plans to scale up product development and add six positions. The company focuses on what it describes as data intensive, real-time Big Data analytics and currently has five full-time developers in South Bend.

  • (Image of Jamie Hyneman courtesy of Twitter.)

    Battery Innovation Center to Feature 'Mythbusters' Host

    The former co-host and executive producer of Discovery's "Mythbusters" will headline an Indiana technology-focused event Tuesday in Indianapolis. Jamie Hyneman will be among the speakers at this year's Battery Innovation Center Annual Stakeholder luncheon that will be emceed by Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick. Additional participants include...

  • Tech Company Details Fishers Growth Plans

    Fishers-based Flexware Innovation Inc. has announced plans to expand its Hamilton County operations. The tech company says it will invest nearly $8 million to renovate and equip its current facility and create approximately 70 jobs by 2021. Flexware will begin renovations in early 2018 and says it also plans to consider building a new facility in the future. Some of the improvements to the existing 10,000-square-foot facility include...

  • Precision Medical Technologies has an implants division in Warsaw and an instrumentation division in Rome City.

    Ortho Manufacturer Expanding in Wabash County

    North Manchester-based Precision Medical Technologies plans to launch an operation to produce disposable surgical instruments in Wabash County. The orthopedic technology contract manufacturer says it will invest nearly $5 million and add up to 60 jobs over four years. Precision Medical Technologies has existing facilities in Warsaw and Rome City. The company currently employs 140 in Wabash and Noble counties and plans to start hiring positions in...

  • Lechleiter (pictured far right) was part of a panel on "Creating Collisions by Crossing Sector Lines" at the summit.

    Lechleiter: Agbioscience 'Parts and Pieces' in Place

    Former Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) Chief Executive Officer John Lechleiter says Indiana has all the tools it needs to be an agbiosciences leader, including heritage, strength in education, life sciences and logistics and an invested state government. Lechleiter was part of a panel on "crossing sector lines" at today's Agbiosciences Innovation Summit in Indianapolis. He says the key is getting all of those players to part with their "narrow self interests" and...

  • (Pictured from left-to-right: Ed Kominowski of the Community Foundation of Morgan County, William Blaschke, Greg McCauley of Link Observatory Space Science Institute.)

    STEM Programming Gets Boost At Link Observatory

    A group of local philanthropists has donated $500,000 to the Link Observatory Space Science Institute in Morgan County. The funds will help expand the institute's DiscoverSpace programming, which focuses on science, technology, engineering and math education. The institute says its initiatives are helping to create and inspire "employees for tomorrow" in STEM fields. The benefactors are represented by William Blaschke, who said...

  • Expedient Completes Carmel Data Center Expansion

    Pittsburgh-based Expedient has completed a $4.5 million expansion of its data center in Carmel. The tech company says the project included an additional 3,500 square feet of computer room space and a variety of equipment upgrades.

  • The competition was co-sponsored by Current Blend in Huntingburg.

    Lice Detection Startup Wins Pitch Competition

    A coworking space in Huntingburg held a pitch competition Tuesday featuring several startups from throughout southwest Indiana. Current Blend says an Evansville company developing a new lice detection test took home the $4,000 first place prize.

  • The school and association signed a memorandum of understanding November 9.

    ISU, Pilots Association Ink Agreement

    Indiana State University has launched a mentorship program with the Air Line Pilots Association International. The union says mentoring boosts the likelihood of employee success. The partnership will also include professional development opportunities for aviation flight students. Association education committee members will visit classrooms at least once a semester as part of the agreement.

  • TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier is among the event's speakers.

    Tech Panel to Spotlight Software

    An event in Indianapolis Wednesday will spotlight the role of software in Indiana's economic growth. The RealClearPolitics event will feature speakers including Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and TechPoint Chief Executive Officer Mike Langellier.  The panel, called "From Math Class to Manufacturing," will focus on how technology including iPhone apps and data storage programs are making businesses more efficient and creating jobs. The organization estimates those...

  • Tech Company Mulls Carmel Facility Future

    California-based Prysm Inc. says it is "actively engaged" in discussions with potential investors as it considers the future of its Carmel office. The tech company has issued a precautionary filing with the state about the potential workforce reduction if it decides to close the operation.

  • LOOK (pictured) and Junior Tube are among 25 semifinalists for a NASA-led competition.

    Indiana Entries Advance in NASA Competition

    Indiana companies are in the mix for a NASA initiative designed to address key issues on Earth and potentially help clear technological hurdles in space. Lafayette-based Junior Tube and LOOK, which develop apps that search for and organize age-appropriate online teaching and learning videos, and Green Fortress Engineering, a Greensburg-based hydrogen storage company, are among 25 semifinalists for this year's NASA’s iTech competition. Finalists will be announced December 18.

  • Infosys originally announced its Indiana investment in May.

    Infosys Announces Another U.S. Hub

    India-based Infosys (NYSE: INFY) has announced plans for its third U.S. hub. The technology company says it will establish a Design and Innovation hub in Providence, Rhode Island. The facility comes in addition to the two previously-announced Technology and Innovation Hubs in Indianapolis and North Carolina.

  • (Image courtesy of Aubry Lane.)

    INnovators: Safety, Style Drive Fashion Tech Startup

    A Hoosier entrepreneur has launched a startup marrying peace-of-mind with fashion. Aubry Lane designs and manufactures handbags that integrate GPS tracking technology and cellular "S.O.S." devices to alert contacts during dangerous situations or when the bag is lost. During The INnovators with Dr. K, founder and Chief Executive Officer Jordan Hetlund said the company is poised to grow by $30 million - $60 million within the next five or six years.

  • Indiana Design Center Deemed Fiber-Ready

    AT&T has designated the Indiana Design Center in Carmel as AT&T Fiber Ready. The company says the facility, which is dedicated to design professionals, is the first of its kind to receive the designation.

  • (Image courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.)

    Venture Competition to Serve as Community, University 'Spark'

    Entrepreneurs and startups in Elkhart, St. Joseph and Marshall counties can now take part in a University of Notre Dame-run competition. The McCloskey New Venture Competition, which was previously only open to entries within the Notre Dame community, features competitors vying for more than $200,000 in winnings. Director Karen Slaggert says the competition, held at Notre Dame's IDEA Center innovation hub, helps set participants up for success.

  • (L to R) The Perceive staff includes Anuraag Rajasekhar, Kyle McNulty, Aaron Michaux, Odilia Lirani, Matt Woenker, and Everett Berry. (photo courtesy Purdue University)

    Purdue Startup Scores Federal Funding

    The National Science Foundation has awarded a $750,000 grant to a Purdue University-based tech startup. The university says the funding will help Perceive Inc., which is located at the Anvil coworking space on the West Lafayette campus, further develop its automated customer service coaching software.

  • West Lafayette Company Earns Military Contract

    PC Krause and Associates in West Lafayette has been awarded a nearly $15 million contract from the U.S. Air Force. The deal covers an aircraft power and thermal modeling and analysis program in hopes of reducing development time and cost of new technologies. Work on the project will be performed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, with an expected completion date of February 22. The contract includes research and development funds of more than $820,000 being awarded right awa...

  • Hummels said the school began the program shortly after the death of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Krannert Diversity Program Celebrates Half-Century

    One of the first programs in the country to help recruit minority students into a business school is approaching a major milestone. Purdue University says the Krannert School of Management's Business Opportunity Program turns 50 next year, and has produced some of the school's most successful alumni. The school says, since the program launched in 1968 with 11 people, it has served more than 1,000 students who otherwise might not have had the opportunity to attend...

  • New COO at Elevate Ventures

    Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures has named Ken Miller chief operating officer. The technology industry veteran most recently served as partner at Indianapolis-based DeveloperTown. Chief Executive Officer Chris LaMothe says "with Ken on board, our statewide team is growing exponentially in terms of experience and passion for entrepreneurship in Indiana."

  • (photo courtesy Innovative Health Solutions)

    Opioid Withdrawal Treatment Lands FDA Clearance

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given clearance for a medical device developed in Indiana to help treat symptoms of opioid withdrawal. The device, known as the NSS-2 BRIDGE, was created by Innovative Health Solutions Inc. in Versailles.

  • The submission deadline is Friday, January 19.

    TechPoint Opens Mira Nominations

    Applications and nominations are open for the 19th Annual Mira Awards. The move begins a six-month process to select winners in 18 individual, product, company and "people's choice" categories celebrating the best of technology in Indiana. You can find application and nomination forms by clicking here. The submission deadline is Friday, January 19. The 19th Annual Mira Awards is set for Saturday, Fifty-two independent subject matter experts will evaluate and rank the a...
  • (Image courtesy of Dia & Co.)

    Greenwood to Toast Newest Major Employer

    A ribbon-cutting for a facility expected to eventually bring on more than 870 jobs is Thursday in Greenwood. Dia & Co., an e-retail business focused on plus-size women's apparel, is investing $2.76 million in its Johnson County distribution center. The company has hired 200 employees so far and plans to add the remaining hundreds of Hoosier workers over the next four years. Thursday's 9 a.m. ceremony will include...

  • 360 Networx to Cut Ribbon on HQ

    Officials in Scott County are set to cut the ribbon on the new 360 Networx headquarters in Scottsburg. Financial details were not disclosed, however the telecommunications service company says the facility, located in the Mid-America Science Park, will serve as its first multi-service hub.

  • (Image courtesy of Lessonly)

    Yoder: VC Firms 'Hunger' to Invest in Indiana

    On the heels of his company announcing an $8 million investment round, Lessonly Inc. Chief Executive Officer Max Yoder believes more venture capital will come Indiana's way. Yoder says it will take the continued launch of Hoosier businesses "with solid fundamentals" to boost what has traditionally been light interest from VC firms. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Yoder pointed to factors ranging from more in-state VC participation from investors like...

  • Sterrett says the scouts are working to reach outside of "traditional scouting thinking."

    Indiana Scout Leader Taking National Position

    Growing Boy Scout membership and updated programming in central Indiana has caught the attention of the national scout organization. Patrick Sterrett, who is currently scout executive for the Crossroads of America Council, has been promoted to the number two position with the Boy Scouts of America. Sterrett says growing programs like STEM Scouts are helping to build soft skills like teamwork and experimentation that Indiana employers want in talent. During a Studio(i) interview...

  • Prahasith Veluvolu is the CEO of Mimir.

    Mimir Acquires Chicago Tech Company

    Indianapolis-based Mimir has announced its acquisition of Omnipointment Inc., a tech company based in Chicago. Mimir has also launched a new product aimed at streamlining the interview process for computer programming positions. 

  • ClearObject, formerly known as CloudOne, is headquartered in Fishers.

    Fishers Company Makes 'Fast 500' List

    Fishers-based ClearObject is included in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 500. The list ranks the top 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. It's the second consecutive year ClearObject has been included on the list.

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      Governor Eric Holcomb says Indiana's pool of mentors in tech create an industry where "the hits just keep on coming." He says entrepreneurs who have turned "coffee table discussions" into million and billion-dollar companies paved the way for businesses like Indianapolis-based Lessonly, which today announced a $2 million expansion involving more than 100 new jobs.

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      Pacers Sports & Entertainment has unveiled the name and logo for its esports team participating in the NBA 2K League. Pacers Gaming, which will include a roster of five players, becomes the fourth franchise under the PS&E umbrella, along with the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

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Who Are The Innovators?

A regular feature on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, The Innovators with Dr. K is all about Indiana innovators and their ideas.

Hosted by renowned Indiana University entrepreneurship pioneer Dr. Donald Kuratko (aka Dr. K), the segment shines a spotlight on Hoosier entrepreneurs who pitch their ideas, then answer pointed questions from Dr. K.

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