• Shannon McKinney

    Upper Hand Hires Engineer

    Indianapolis-based Upper Hand has hired Shannon McKinney as front-end engineer where she’ll be responsible for user interface development and transferring product requests into website implementation. She previously served as a software engineer at Angie's List.
  • Julie Perry and Samantha Alarie-Leca

    Boardable Hires VP, Director

    Indianapolis-based Boardable has hired Julie Perry as vice president of marketing and Samantha Alarie-Leca as director of customer success. Perry has more than 13 years of experience as a director of marketing and more than 20 years of experience in the marketing field. She has worked at BLASTmedia, BlueSky Technology Partners, Givelify and served as a marketing consultant with several other tech- and marine-industry companies.  

  • Ben Risinger

    IOS Hires Former TV Personality

    Indianapolis-based Imaging Office Systems has hired Ben Risinger to help lead the company's marketing and public relations efforts. He previously served as new media and community relations specialist for Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital Network in Grand Rapids, MI. From 2010 until 2013 Risinger was “Big Ben” of DoItIndy, a bi-weekly segment on the Fox 59 WXIN Morning Show in Indianapolis.  

  • Shawn Moore and Kellie Wilson

    Bell Techlogix Adds Three

    Bell Techlogix in Indianapolis has hired Shawn Moore (pictured) as director of global field services. He previously served as chief executive officer at Moore Talent Solutions in Austin, TX.  Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Park University and an MBA from Jack Welch Management Institute.  

  • Michael Trilus

    Upper Hand Adds to Team

    Upper Hand in Indianapolis has hired Michael Trilus as senior payments engineering lead. He previously served as director of application development at CSpring. Trilus also serves as a volunteer mentor/computer science teacher with DREAM Alive, a non-profit focused on mentoring at-risk youth in 7th-12th grade to become civic-minded leaders.   
  • Todd Linden

    Park Ten Names Director for Upper Hand

    Park Ten Capital has named Todd Linden managing director to oversee technology investments for both Indianapolis-based Upper Hand and Dallas-based Omnna. Linden previously served as chairman of Paysafe North America.
  • Sibu Janardhanan


    SENTELLIGENCEone in Indianapolis has named Sibu Janardhanan executive vice president. He most recently served as an advisor for Conduit Ventures. Prior to that, Janardhanan served as senior vice president of “EVBox,” a global leader in electric vehicle charging stations. He received his BS in biology and philosophy and an MBA in operations and strategy from Union College in Schenectady, New York.
  • Brad Boyer and Nick Badgett

    Emplify Names Two VP's

    Emplify in Indianapolis has named Brad Boyer vice president of product and engineering and Nick Badgett VP of marketing. Boyer most recently served as senior vice president for intelligent solutions and innovation at Zotec Partners in Carmel. Badgett has held marketing positions Return Path, Salesforce and ExactTarget.

  • Brent Atwood

    ClearObject Names VP

    ClearObect in Fishers has named Brent Atwood vice president of sales. He previously held VP positions with Greenlight Guru and BioStorage Technologies. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hanover College.
  • Bill Gildea

    Sharpen Technologies Hires New CEO

    Indianapolis-based Sharpen Technologies has hired Bill Gildea as its new chief executive. Gildea brings 25 years of experience working with tech firms and cloud software companies. He previously served as chief strategy officer for DocuWare and as chief operating officer for Interactive Intelligence. Gildea holds degrees from The College of William & Mary, The Catholic University of America and the University of North Carolina. 

  • Bob Stutz

    New Role For Salesforce Exec

    After three years on the job, Salesforce Marketing Cloud Chief Executive Officer Bob Stutz is moving into a new role. Stutz, who will remain in Indianapolis, is now executive vice president of strategic partners at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM).  Since arriving in Indianapolis, Stutz has overseen the establishment of the company’s regional headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, which included the Salesforce name being placed atop the state’s tallest building.

  • Lauren Brandstatter and Trevor Steele

    Upper Hand Adds Staff

    Indianapolis-based Upper Hand has added Lauren Brandstatter (pictured) as a training specialist and Trevor Steele (pictured) as mobile developer. Brandstatter previously served as project manager at Community Health Network. Steele is an Eleven Fifty Academy graduate who most recently served as senior web developer at Wabash National Corp.

  • Adam Ward

    The Bee Corp. Adds to Team

    The Bee Corp in Indianapolis has added Adam Ward (pictured) and William Meikle as advisors. Ward serves as an Indiana University physics professor. Meikle serves a USDA research entomologist. Also, the company hired Jordan Gaeta as a software developer. He formerly served as a developer at Amazon.       

  • Jason Harrington

    Ontario Systems Promotes Harrington to CEO

    Muncie-based Ontario Systems has promoted Jason Harrington (pictured) to chief executive officer. He previously served as president. Harrington has been with the company for 22 years and brings 24 years’ experience in finance, marketing, sales, software operations and technical support to his new role. He succeeds company co-founded Ron Fauquher who is retiring after 39 years.
  • Ryan Simmons

    Anvl Hires Marketing Manager

    Anvl has hired Ryan Simmons as marketing manager. He most recently co-founded PartnerHQ and has also held positions at MOBI and Tangoe. Simmons holds a bachelor of fine arts degree focusing on graphic design from Central Michigan University. 

  • 16 Tech Hires CFO

    The 16 Tech Community Corporation has named Robert Herzog as Chief Financial Officer. Herzog will lead the financial operations for the 16 Tech Innovation District. He previously served as CFO, Chief Compliance Officer and Treasurer at Herzing University and was also a Senior VP at Berkeley College. Herzog holds a degree from Minnesota State University. 

  • Chad Hankinson

    Leaf Software Promotes Hankinson

    Indianapolis-based Leaf Software Solutions has promoted Chad Hankinson to president. He has been with the company since 2018. Prior to that, Hankinson served as vice president at Helios. He has also coached college basketball at several universities including, University of Houston, Liberty University and Glenville State College. Hankinson is a graduate of West Virginia University.

  • Bill Rose

    Rural Sourcing Names Director

    Rural Sourcing in Fort Wayne has named Bill Rose development center director. He most recently served as head of information technology and interim chief information officer for MGM Resorts International.
  • Jim Holt

    Anvl Hires Sales Executive

    Indianapolis-based Anvl has hired Jim Holt as enterprise sales executive. He previously served as director of sales at MOBI Wireless Management in Boone County.

  • Jim Morrison

    Spur Interactiv Announces CTO

    Spur Interactiv has named Jim Morrison chief technology officer. He most recently served as owner of DeLime Website Services. Morrison has also served as vice president of mergers and acquisitions for Thermo Electron and president of Coleman Research Corp.

  • Chris Eck

    Kerauno Adds Chief Legal Officer

    Kerauno has hired Chris Eck as chief legal officer. He most recently served as senior vice president and general counsel & corporate secretary at Finish Line where he led legal, HR and oversaw integration. Eck received a B.A. in psychology from The College of the Holy Cross and J.D. from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College.

  • RenPSG Promotes Fisher to President and CEO

    Indianapolis-based RenPSG has named Joe Fisher president and chief executive officer. He joined the company as chief operating officer earlier this year. Fisher is a Silicon Valley native who brings more than 25 years of deep experience scaling high-growth enterprise software companies. He previously served as CEO of Bunchball, a cloud-based software company.   

  • Anna Bliss and Wendy Bartz

    DriverReach Hires Two Directors

    DriverReach has hired Anna Bliss (pictured) as director of client services and Wendy Bartz (pictured) director of recruiting services. Bliss most recently served as tax customer success senior manager at First Advantage. Bartz previously served as director of recruiting at The Dart Network in Eagan, Minnesota.

  • Andrew Cohoat

    Mesh Systems Adds to Team

    Carmel-based Mesh Systems has named Andrew Cohoat (pictured) vice president of business development. He most recently served in a similar role at DEEM. Also, Stephan Raab has been hired as web/mobile engineer. He previously served as front end developer at Nyhart.

  • Miles Sterrett and Sean Lavies

    Olio Names Director, Promotes Lavies

    Olio has named Miles Sterrett director of engineering and has promoted Sean Lavies to chief technology officer. Sterrett has more than 13 years of software engineering experience most recently serving as partner at Fretless in Indianapolis. Lavies previously served as senior software engineer.

  • FlexePark Expands Team

    FlexePark has named Patrick O’Donnell acting vice president of sales.  He most recently worked at Xceleration. O’Donnell has more than 20 years of experience in sales.

  • Reggie Gresham

    Matrix Promotes Gresham

    Matrix Integration has promoted Reggie Gresham to vice president of sales and marketing. He most recently served as a sales executive. Prior to joining the company, Gresham served as president of sales for a technology company based in Louisville for nineteen years.
  • Jason Ulm

    AxiaTP Fills Leadership Positions

    Indianapolis-based AxiaTP has hired Jason Ulm (pictured) as vice president of sales. He most recently served at Calltower as vice president of product and customer success. Also, the company named Chris Ayres senior project manager and Eric Champion senior network engineer.

  • Gregory Stewart

    SENTELLIGENCEone Names President

    SENTELLIGENCEone has appointed Gregory Stewart president. He has spent the last ten years in China and Singapore. His roles included managing director of Wesco Asia Pacific, vice president of Rexel Asia and general manager of GE Supply (Gexpro) China. 
  • Louise Hughes

    ClearObject Hires VP

    ClearObject has named Louise Hughes vice president of delivery. She previously served at DMI where she managed the end-to-end service delivery operation. Hughes has more than 18 years of experience managing delivery and operations.  She is a graduate of Indiana University.
  • John Harrison

    CleanSlate Adds Staff

    CleanSlate Technology Group has added John Harrison as business development manager. He most recently served as sales director at Onebridge.  Harrison also has previous experience with CSpring, Fusion Alliance and Whittman-Hart.  

  • Mike White

    Enterprise Health Names CFO

    Enterprise Health has named Mike White chief financial officer. He most recently served as senior director of financial planning, reporting & analysis and head of performance controlling at Siemens PLM Software.
  • ExactHire Promotes Edwards

    ExactHire has promoted Allen Edwards to chief technology officer. He most recently served as project lead developer.
  • Matrix Integration Promotes Gresham

    Matrix Integration has hired Reggie Gresham as vice president of sales and marketing. He previously served as a sales executive. Prior to joining the company, Gresham served as president of sales for a technology company based in Louisville.
  • WorkHere Hires CMO

    Indianapolis-based WorkHere has named Chad Fife chief marketing officer. He previously served as vice president of marketing for PSI Services and Performance Assessment Network. Fife also helped launch educational technology and publishing firm Pearson’s talent division and led product marketing at Nurse.com and Cognella.
  • Troan Joins Board of Viral Launch

    Pendo co-founder Erik Troan is joining the Board of Viral Launch. Troan oversees an engineering team of nearly 100 people across Pendo's headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina, and development centers in Herzliya, Israel and Sheffield, U.K. He started his career at Red Hat, where he worked as its first engineer and led the engineering team through the development of Linux, RPM and Anaconda and eventually, the company’s IPO. Troan earned a Bachelor’s degree ...

  • DriverReach Grows Staff

    DriverReach has added Mark Carlson as director of sales and promoted Jacqueline Cooley Martinez to director of HR and talent. Carlson most recently served at First Advantage. Martinez most recently served as HR and talent acquisition manager. DriverReach is an Indianapolis-based mobile-enhanced recruiting management system for hiring CDL drivers.
  • Kerauno Hires CMO

    Kerauno has named David Low chief marketing officer. He most recently co-founded and served as CEO of New York-based CampaignWell. In addition to naming Low CMO, Kerauno has also boosted its sales team, adding nearly a dozen regional sales directors, channel managers and other positions in strategic locations around the U.S.
  • SENTELLIGENCEone Expands Team

    Indianapolis-based SENTELLIGENCEone has hired Joe Huehnerhoff as director of hardware & internet of things and Jay Booth as director of software & artificial intelligence. Huerhnerhoff has an extensive background in systems engineering and previously served at Polychromix. Booth also most recently served at Polychromix. Both men will work out SENTELLIGENCEone's Boston location.

  • BitLoft Hires Two

    Indianapolis-based technology developer BitLoft has added Ryan Bonnell as executive vice president of strategy and Tim Hovious as account executive. Bonnell most recently served as vice president of sales at Motor Transport Underwriters. Hovious recently worked at Level Up Development as a sales and business development representative.      
  • Allied Payment Network Adds CRO

    Fort Wayne-based Allied Payment Network has hired Jeffrey Harper as chief revenue officer. He most recently served at Ft. Lauderdale-based Velocity Solutions. Harper is a 28-year financial industry veteran.
  • SIMBA Chain Adds Roy

    SIMBA Chain has named Anjon Roy vice president of market development. He brings more than 15 years of experience as a market facing tech product strategist for companies that include Sapient, Gartner, ByteCubed and Datablink.
  • Genesys Names New CEO

    California-based Genesys has selected former Skype CEO Tony Bates as its new chief executive officer. The company, which employs more than 800 in Indianapolis, says Bates' predecessor, Paul Segre, will continue as chairman.  Bates has also previously held executive positions with Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT), which acquired Skype in 2011. 

  • Ben Frame

    ClearObject Hires VP

    ClearObject, a digital transformation company, has named Ben Frame vice president of product for the company. Frame brings nearly 20 years of senior technical leadership designing, delivering and selling both infrastructure and cloud solutions. He spent 15 years at Apparatus where he served as chief technology officer. Frame will spearhead product development and lead a team of employees. He holds a degree from Wabash College. 
  • Matthew Shroyer

    SIMBA Chain Adds Shroyer

    SIMBA Chain, a blockchain startup, has hired Matthew Shroyer as head of Legal and Operations. Shroyer is tasked with building out the company’s legal framework and ensuring it has the structure, policies, and procedures in place to accommodate rapid growth of the company and adoption of its blockchain as a service solution. He formerly was a litigation attorney in New York City, specializing in white-collar crimes. 

  • Taylor Harruff

    Hyde Park Venture Partners Hires Harruff

    Hyde Park Venture Partners has hired Taylor Harruff to lead the company's marketing and communications efforts at its Indianapolis office. Haruff previously ran communications for Elevate Ventures, where she was responsible for brand building. She also previously managed PR strategy for several technology startups while working at BLASTmedia. Harruff holds a degree from Indiana University. 

  • Netfor Hires Vice President

    Netfor, Inc., a provider of business-customer and technology-user managed workplace support services, has hired Jason Belt as vice president of business and service development. Belt will focus on the company's brand messaging while opening new sales channels. He works with the executive team in developing new services and helps improve current services. Belt started with Netfor in 2015 as a service improvement and project manager for the service delivery group. 

  • PactSafe Announces Two Additions to Executive Team

    PactSafe has hired Ashley Walsh as vice president of marketing and Jason Kren as vice president of sales. Walsh was previously vice president of marketing at Formstack. Kren previously served as vice president for Salesforce. 

  • Susan Leveritt

    Kerauno Hires VP of Sales

    Kerauno has hired Susan Leveritt as vice president of sales, responsible for building out a national sales organization. Leveritt has over 25 years experience on sales teams in the technology industry, including 15 years at Mitel. She also worked 5 years at CenturyLink in South Texas and Louisiana. Leveritt is a member of CRN"s Women of the Channel Power 100. She holds a degree from Louisiana State University. 

  • Terry Ramey

    Indy Technical Sales Hires Sales Rep

    Terry Ramey has been hired as a new sales representative for Indy Technical Sales. Ramey has an engineering background, including automation systems engineering. He is a 24-year veteran of machine and process control system designs. Ramey will cover automation component sales in southern Indiana, southern Ohio and Kentucky.

  • Christina Zerfas

    Ohana Software Promotes Manager

    Ohana Software has promoted Christina Zerfas to Managing Executive. Zerfas will work closely with clients and lead the company's strategic and growth initiatives. She was selected to join the Orr Fellowship upon graduation and has worked in software sales and community outreach. Zerfas holds a bachelor's degree in Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation from Indiana University. 

  • David Hood

    Director Chosen for Hammond Data Center

    The Digital Crossroads at Lake Michigan data center currently under construction in Hammond has appointed David Hood to managing director of operations. Hood has over 24 years experience in telecommunications and data center management. He most recently was director of operations with Netrality Properties and was network operations center manager with New Continuum Holdings Corp. Hood also was president and CEO of Backplane Integrated Networks Corp. 

  • Amy Brown and Tom Futch

    Springbuk Announces Promotion, Hires

    Springbuk has promoted Amy Brown (pictured) to vice president of health intelligence. Tom Futch (pictured) has been appointed vice president of global sales. Anne Fischer has been hired as senior director of health intelligence and Jeanne Stemland as a clinical product strategist.

  • Kimberly Gallagher

    ClearObject Hires VP

    ClearObject, an IoT systems integrator, has named Kimberly Gallagher vice president of finance and administration. Most recently, she held a financial leadership role with Republic Airways. Gallagher also previously served as senior financial consultant and portfolio manager at Anthem Inc.

  • Mike Martin

    10K Advisors Hires Chief Customer Officer

    10K Advisors has hired Mike Martin as its first ever Chief Customer Officer. Martin joins 10K from Appirio, where he held several positions, including Salesforce consultant, technical term lead and account executive. He most recently led Appirio's Indianapolis Delivery Center. Martin will be responsible for building the company's existing relationships and helping customers with their Salesforce Program Management. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Rose Hulman Univers...

  • Gene Bornac

    enVista Hires Bornac to Head Retail Consulting Practice

    Indianapolis-based enVista has hired Gene Bornac as practice leader of its retail consulting practice. He has more than 30 years of retail and consumer products expertise with specialty in retail management at the store and district levels, plus executive-level experience at multiple consulting firms and retail technology companies. Bornac most recently worked for Boston Retail Partners and Manhattan Associates.

  • Mike Reffeitt

    ClearObject Promotes Reffeitt to President

    Mike Reffeitt has been promoted to president of ClearObject, following the company's private equity acquisition. He previously served as a chief business officer. Reffeitt has also held roles as a chief financial officer at BioStorage Technologies Inc. and director of finance at Covance.

  • Erica Walker

    Walker Joins 120WaterAudit

    120WaterAudit has hired Erica Walker as director of lead programs. She will manage support and guidance for state agencies, schools and utilities engaged in lead sampling and remediation efforts. Walker previously served as a program manager in the water resources and infrastructure planning program for the Indiana Finance Authority.

  • Jeff Yancey

    Vital Incite Hires IT Director

    Vital Incite has hired Jeff Yancey as director of information technology. He will serve to further the firm's data platform and manage the Health Information Trust Alliance security. Yancey previously worked in healthcare information for 15 years at American Health Network.

  • Jenny Quinnette

    Viral Launch Appoints First CFO

    Indianapolis-based Viral Launch has appointed Jenny Quinnette as its first chief financial officer. She previously served as CFO at Onebridge and director of finance and accounting at Allegient LLC.

  • Amy Peck

    PERQ Appoints VP of Marketing Cloud Solutions

    Indianapolis-based PERQ has appointed Amy Peck to the newly-created role of vice president of marketing cloud solutions. She previously served as director of marketing services for Dominion Dealer Solutions.

  • Todd Krysiewicz

    Bell Techlogix Adds Senior VP

    Bell Techlogix has added Todd Krysiewicz as senior vice president of application sales and services. He is a 26-year veteran of the industry. Krysiewicz most recently served as SVP services sales for OnX Enterprise Solutions, a midsized Canadian IT services company.

  • Justine Fite

    Lev Hires Chief Sales Officer

    Lev (formerly Levementum), a Salesforce partner and marketing consultancy with offices in Arizona, Indiana and Texas, has added Justin Fite as chief sales officer. He previously served as chief sales officer for Lessonly and vice president of global cross channel sales at Salesforce. He has been an integral leader in high-growth, industry-defining technology companies for better than two decades.

  • Scott McCorkle

    Indy Tech Vet Leading New Venture

    A new company has launched out of Indianapolis-based venture studio High Alpha and raised more than $14 million in funding. MetaCX, co-founded by Indy tech veteran Scott McCorkle, is a Software-as-a-Service platform that helps clients and businesses organize and manage their other SaaS providers. McCorkle says the company has been operating in "stealth" mode since January and plans to launch its product in early 2019.

  • Jeff Gilbert

    Longtime Software Company CEO Stepping Down

    Carmel-based Software Engineering Professionals Chief Executive Officer Jeff Gilbert has announced retirement plans. President Raman Ohri will become CEO when Gilbert steps down at the end of March. Gilbert and three others founded the software product design and development company in 1988 after graduating from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

  • Bob Boehnlein

    Clear Software Appoints CRO

    Clear Software has appointed software veteran Bob Boehnlein chief revenue officer. He has more than 30 years of experience in software technologies for product and service companies. Boehnlein has worked with various early-stage companies in defining and implementing their respective growth plans. Most recently, he served as CEO and founder of Perscio. Boehnlein also previously served as a senior executive of Aprimo.

  • Derek Bleyle and Clare Maher

    ClearObject Grows Product Team

    Fishers-based ClearObject has named Derek Bleyle IoT product owner. He most recently served as a technical product manager for Rolls-Royce. Also, Clare Maher has been promoted to IoT product owner. She most recently served as IoT market development manager.

  • Jim Zaloudek

    InterVision Appoints Zaloudek CFO

    Indianapolis-based InterVision Systems LLC has named Jim Zaloudek chief financial officer. He will oversee the company’s finance, operations, mergers and acquisition, investor relations, legal and human resources functions. Zaloudek previously served as CFO of DemandJump.
  • J. Michelle Sybesma

    Diagnotes Adds Sybesma as Director

    Diagnotes Inc. has added J. Michelle Sybesma as director of client success. She has more than 15 years of experience as an organizational leadership consultant, advising a diverse group of healthcare, technology and government organizations, including Cook Medical, Pfizer, Sodexo, Fairbanks, Hope Academy, the Indiana State Medical Association and the office of the Indiana Attorney General.

  • Randy Riemersma

    Immedion Hires Senior Account Executive

    Columbus-based Immedion LLC, a premiere provider of Cloud, data center and managed IT services, has hired Randy Riemersma as senior account executive. He most recently served as lead global relationship manager for the public sector at CenturyLink.

  • Michael Thurston

    Perceivant Adds Managing Editor

    Perceivant has added Michael Thurston as a managing editor. He has more than 18 years of experience in publishing higher education textbooks and instructional content. Thurston previously served as a freelance development editor by working with authors, publishers and other clients to edit and format tens of thousands of pages, as well as hours of videos in educational materials.

  • PERQ Appoints VP of Sales

    PERQ has appointed Bradley Long as Executive Vice President of Sales. Long will work with software to help customers in the multifamily, auto retailing and home furnishing sectors. He previously served as an executive with Knight Ridder's The Tribune in California and President of Apartment.com. 

  • Start Fort Wayne Leader to Step Down

    Start Fort Wayne Executive Director Rhonda Ladig is leaving her position at the end of the year. She was selected for the role in May 2017, and says the transition comes as the organization shifts its focus. Ladig is the first executive director for Start Fort Wayne.

  • Suneel Krishnaswamy

    enVista Hires Tech Vet to Lead Software Development

    Indianapolis-based enVista has hired Suneel Krishnaswamy as chief technology officer to lead development and product direction for all enVista software, including the multi-tenant, Unified Commerce Cloud Platform. He most recently served as chief technology officer at Kuebix.

  • Sean Mullins

    Olio Names COO

    Carmel-based healthcare startup Olio has appointed Sean Mullins chief operating officer. He has more than 15 years of healthcare experience including roles with the White House, IU Health, Navigant Consulting and, most recently, as director of corporate strategy at Anthem. Mullins earned both his undergraduate degree in business and his master’s of health administration at Indiana University.

  • Rolf Anweiler

    FileWave Appoints CEO

    Indianapolis-based FileWave has appointed Rolf Anweiler chief executive officer. He has more than 19 years of marketing, sales and startup experience in the B2B software industry. Nurdan Eris, founder and former CEO, will stay on as chairwoman of the board. Anweiler previously served as senior vice president of marketing and a member of the global senior leadership team for Mapp Digital. 

  • Jeff Geitz

    Stay Metrics Fills VP of Tech Position

    South Bend-based Stay Metrics has named Jeff Geitz to the newly-created position of vice president of technology. He has more than 20 years experience managing corporate information systems.

  • Rusty Hamilton

    GenieBelt Names Country Manager

    Indianapolis-based GenieBelt, provider of cloud-based real-time communications and project management software for the construction industry, has named Rusty Hamilton country manager of its new US operation. He has worked within the construction industry for more than 28 years, including a string of years as president of Catalyst USA.

  • Brent Atwood

    Greenlight Guru Hires EVP

    Greenlight Guru, the only quality management software designed specifically for medical device companies, has hired Brent Atwood as executive vice president of sales and market strategy. He previously served as vice president of global sales and marketing at Brooks Life Sciences. Atwood brings 25 years of medical device sales and development experience from companies such as BioStorage Technologies, LifeWatch AG, Cerner Corp. and Depuy Inc.

  • Suzanne Georg

    Lucid Services Group Names Director

    Lucid Services Group has hired Suzanne Georg as director of operations. She most recently served as a special projects manager for WFYI Public Media.

  • Jeffrey Dearborn

    Agronomy Software Leader Joins Granular

    Granular has hired Jeffrey Dearborn as general manager of its MapShots business line. He most recently served as chief agronomist and strategy officer at Agrian. Prior to Agrian, he managed teams at Hemisphere GPS, Jimmy Sanders and AgChem (later purchased by AGCO).

  • Jason Pennington

    Indiana IoT Lab Names Executive Director

    The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers has named Jason Pennington executive director. Pennington most recently worked as area sales manager at Endress + Hauser Flowtec AG in Greenwood.

  • Mike Pote and Alix Grimm

    Lev Announces C-Suite Hire And Promotion

    Lev (formerly Levementum) has hired Mike Pote as chief financial officer. He most recently served as vice president of partnerships & finance at Orbis Education. Pote also served as a finance manager at Appirio, ExactTarget/Salesforce and, earlier in his career, at Double-Take Software. Also, Alix Grimm has been promoted to vice president of delivery. She most recently served as senior account executive.

  • Gene Cattarina and Mark Rapoport

    Healthx Inc. Appoints CEO, CFO

    Healthx Inc. has appointed Gene Cattarina chief executive officer and Mark Rapoport chief financial officer. Cattarina most recently served as CEO of SafeOp Surgical Inc. (now an Alphatec company). Rapoport previously served as CFO at Visioneering Technologies Inc. and Capsule Technologie SAS, as well as president & CEO of Thomas, Thomas & Walsh Inc. and COO and CFO of Landacorp Inc.

  • Craig Weiss and Julie Barker

    Zylo Adds to Team

    Zylo has added: Craig Weiss (pictured), Julie Barker (pictured) and Devin Burns to its leadership team. Weiss has been named vice president of sales. Barker has been appointed vice president of talent, leading both recruitment and human resource initiatives. Also, Burns has been hired as vice president of finance.

  • Anthony Chiulli

    250ok Hires Chiulli as Director

    250ok has added email industry veteran Anthony Chiulli as director of product marketing. With a background in email infrastructure, authentication and deliverability, he brings more than 10 years of industry experience to 250ok’s marketing team. Prior to joining 250ok, Chiulli served in a number of leadership roles at Salesforce, including marketing practice lead and associate principal of deliverability services.

  • Steve Iskander

    DriverReach Names Chief Growth Officer

    DriverReach, a mobile-enabled recruiting management system for CDL drivers, has promoted Steve Iskander to chief growth officer. He most recently served as vice president of sales. In his new role, Iskander will lead marketing, sales, operations and finance.

  • Mitch Black

    Viral Launch Adds Experienced COO

    Indianapolis-based Viral Launch has named Mitch Black president and chief operating officer. He most recently served as chief executive officer of Bloomington-based Author Solutions LLC. Prior to leading Author Solutions, Black served as president of Indianapolis-based MOBI for five years.

  • TCC Appoints Hmurovich COO

    Indianapolis-based TCC Software Solutions has appointed Jim Hmurovich chief operating officer. He previously served 11 years as president/CEO of Prevent Child Abuse America, retiring in 2016. Hmurovich previously managed his own consulting business for four years after 27 years of public service. He is a former deputy commissioner for the Indiana Department of Correction and Indiana State Welfare director. 

  • Douglas Thompson

    Automation Company Names President

    Indianapolis-based automation company Agilify has tapped Douglas Thompson as its new president. Thompson most recently served as chief executive officer of Ohio-based MedData.  The company, which provides automation platforms and services aimed at improving business processes, cited Thompson's experience in scaling several technology and services companies "from inception to market dominance."

  • New Board Named at Women & Hi Tech

    The 2018 board of directors has been announced for Indianapolis-based Women & Hi Tech. The members include representatives from a variety of Indiana companies, including Salesforce, Eli Lilly and Co., and Cummins.  The board officially began its new term Sunday. The newly-elected members include: Elected Officers: President: Darcy Lee, Director of Accounts & Business Development, Metonymy Media President-Elect: Angela B. Freeman, Intellectual ...

  • Raquel Richardson

    Centric Consulting Names Senior Manager

    Centric Consulting has named Raquel Richardson senior manager. She spent 14 years consulting in the marketing industry with her firm, Silver Square, while spending the last six years in leadership roles with growing technology companies.

  • Debbie Davis

    Counterpart Adds to Team

    Counterpart, a custom software development firm based in Indianapolis, has hired Debbie Davis as project manager. She has spent the last two decades with a major Indianapolis-based corporation, serving in a variety of IT systems and business analysis roles.

  • Jenna Kienle and Bethany Hart

    Levementum Adds to Team

    Levementum, a digital consultancy with offices in Indianapolis, Chandler, Arizona, California, Texas and Michigan, has added: Nicholas Goldsberry, Jenna Kienle (pictured), Abbey Sullivan and Bethany Hart (pictured) to its team. Goldsberry has been named a solution architect. Kienle fills the newly-created director of marketing role. Sullivan and Hart have been named account strategists.

  • Michael Burton

    Levementum Promotes Burton to CEO

    The board of directors for Arizona-based Levementum, which has an office in Indianapolis, has appointed a new chief executive officer. Michael Burton, who previously served as senior vice president for the company, will begin his new role in June. He joined the company in March 2016 after serving as director of services for Salesforce.

  • Emily Krueger

    16 Tech Names Krueger COO

    Emily Krueger has been named chief operating officer for 16 Tech Community Corp. She will help lead the development of the 60-acre innovation community near IUPUI in Indianapolis. Krueger most recently served as vice president of administration for Indianapolis-based LDI Ltd.

  • Matt Coffman

    tend.ly Hires SaaS Veteran Coffman as COO

    tend.ly has hired Matt Coffman as chief operating officer. He most recently served as vice president of product at High Alpha. During his time at there, he helped guide many award-winning portfolio companies into successful product launches with a diligent attention towards consumer-focused experiences. Coffman helped build the personalization company iGoDigital, before it was sold to ExactT in 2012.

  • Jeff Stickel and Scott Whitlock

    Tech Spinoff Firms Up Leadership

    A spinoff of Indianapolis-based tech company Axia Technology Partners has filled some key leadership roles. Kerauno LLC, which offers a communications workflow platform, says the new execs will help the company in its quest to become a global technology leader. They include: Jeff Stickel, chief technology officer; Scott Whitlock, vice president of sales; Jim McIntosh, director of product management and Michael Taylor, senior cloud systems engineer.

  • Myles Grote and Tyler Hill

    Upper Hand Makes Two Chief Officer Promotions

    Indianapolis-based Upper Hand Inc. has promoted Myles Grote to chief product officer and Tyler Hill to chief design officer. Grote helped co-found the company, alongside CEO Kevin MacCauley and previously served as chief success officer. He previously served as a consulting manager at FactSet Research Systems Inc. Hill formerly served as creative director.

  • Dale Dye and Marc Othersen

    Bell Techlogix Adds to Team

    Bell Techlogix has appointed Dale Dye senior vice president for digital workplace services. He has 28 years of experience in driving high levels of client satisfaction, industry leading operational metrics and productivity. Marc Othersen has been named chief information security officer. He most recently has been an advisor to corporate CISOs and boards providing guidance and perspectives on strategic information security matters.

  • Joe Kuntz

    DemandJump Adds Chief Revenue Officer

    DemandJump has hired Joe Kuntz as chief revenue officer. He has 25 years of sales and leadership experience, including a stint at ExactTarget, where he served as vice president of North America sales. Kuntz most recently served as executive vice president of sales and marketing at Bluelock.

  • Monica Bolt

    Blue Horseshoe Names First CFO

    Carmel-based Blue Horseshoe has named Monica Bolt (pictured) its first full-time chief financial officer. She most recently served as vice president of aftermarket finance at Remy International / Borg Warner / Remy Power Products in Pendleton.

  • Michael Braverman and Raj Venkat

    hc1.com Adds to Team

    Michael Braverman has joined hc1.com as vice president, services and analytics. He previously served as a director of PureConnect business operations at Genesys and held senior leadership roles at Interactive Intelligence. Also, Raj Venkat has been named chief business officer. He previously served as vice president, strategy and business development for Angie’s List, where he played a pivotal role in the company’s merger with HomeAdvisor.

  • Austin McMillian

    McMillan Joins ClearObject

    ClearObject has hired Austin McMillan as loT business development manager. He most recently served as business development manager for Miller Consulting Group Inc. in Noblesville.

  • Marty Muse

    Vennli Names Muse CEO

    South Bend-based Vennli has named Marty Muse chief executive officer. He most recently served as vice president of marketing at WebLink International, which was acquired by MemberClicks in 2017.

  • Michael Thielen

    Blue Horseshoe Solutions Names Sales Executive

    Carmel-based Blue Horseshoe Solutions, a global software and services firm, has added supply chain industry veteran Michael Thielen as a sales executive. In his new role, he will be responsible for expanding sales in the north central U.S. region which includes Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Colorado. Thielen previously served as senior vice president of global operations for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

  • Mack Earnhardt

    Upper Hand Hires Director of Engineering

    Indianapolis-based Upper Hand Inc. has named Mack Earnhardt director of engineering. He  has more than 20 years of experience in strategic planning, software development and agile methodologies. Earnhardt previously served as CEO of Optivel Inc.

  • Mary Delaney and Doug Morrison

    Vital Incite Makes Key Staff Appointments

    Indianapolis-based Vital Incite, a population health consulting firm, has promoted Mary Delaney (pictured) to president. She was a part of the firm's launch in 2013 as managing director. Amanda Manley has been promoted to director of strategic business solutions. She joined Vital Incite in 2014 and held the positions of client service & business intelligence architect. Also, Doug Morrison (pictured) has been hired as director of information technology.

  • Stephanie Thompson

    PERQ Names VP of Client Success

    Indianapolis-based PERQ has named Stephanie Thompson vice president of client success. She most recently worked at Gannett as a key account sales director. Thompson is a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in Communications.

  • (Image of Chris Barbin courtesy of TechPoint.)

    Appirio Announces CEO Transition

    The co-founder of a tech company that relocated its headquarters to Indianapolis before being acquired for $500 million has accepted a larger role with the India-based parent company. Chris Barbin (pictured), who helped launch Appirio in San Francisco, is stepping down as chief executive officer to serve as global cultural officer of Wipro. Appirio Global General Manager of Customer Relationship Management Erik Duffield will succeed Barbin April 1.

  • Rachel Clark

    Emplify Adds Clark as VP

    Fishers-based Emplify has added Rachel Clark as vice president of product and engineering. She most recently served as senior vice president of product and engineering at Octiv. Clark also served as VP of product and engineering at BidPal.

  • Eileen Miller

    Clear Software Adds Orr Fellow

    Zionsville-based Clear Software has added Orr Fellow Eileen Miller to its client services team. She is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Brain and Behavioral Science. Miller hails from of Lake Forest, Illinois.

  • Steve Ehrlich

    Bolstra Names SaaS Industry Veteran COO

    Carmel-based Bolstra has added Steve Ehrlich as chief operating officer. He has helped shape and scale the likes of Software Artistry, Aprimo, Autobase, and most recently served as president of PolicyStat. Ehrlich served as vice president of operations at Autobase and senior vice president of operations at Aprimo.

  • PERQ Adds Multifamily Sales VP

    Indianapolis-based online consumer engagement and behavior firm PERQ has hired Patricia Crawford as vice president of multifamily sales. She's held leadership positions at LeaseHawk, CoStar Group and Network Communications. Crawford currently serves as regional liaison for the National Apartment Association.

  • Rosanne Burge

    Ohana Software Names COO

    Indianapolis-based Ohana Software has named Rosanne Burge chief operating officer. She has led operations for many local tech startups, most recently at Elevate Ventures. Burge also held leadership positions at Collina Ventures, Apparatus, Oxygen Education and Haverstick Consulting, as well as her own business consulting practice.

  • Brittney Baxter & Bob Klingensmith

    Mimir Adds to Outreach & Engagement Team

    Indianapolis-based Mimir has added Brittney Baxter and Bob Klingensmith as outreach and engagement representatives. For the past decade, Baxter has specialized in customer engagement, most notably in the SaaS industry. Klingensmith most recently served as an account manager for a cloud solutions company.

  • Byron Hardie

    tend.ly Names Chief Marketing Officer

    Indianapolis-based tend.ly has named Byron Hardie chief marketing officer. He is a growth marketing expert and has worked in the SEO industry since 1997. Most recently, Hardie served as head of inbound marketing at Angie’s List.

  • Kevin McShane

    McShane Joins MOBI as Chief Revenue Officer

    MOBI has named Kevin McShane chief revenue officer. As MOBI’s first CRO, his primary focus will be uniting the company’s go-to-market teams and aligning organizational strategy for accelerated growth and scalability. McShane has more than 15 years of Software-as-a-Service industry experience.

  • (Image courtesy of SmallBox.)

    'New Chapter' For Entrepreneur Jeb Banner

    Indianapolis entrepreneur Jeb Banner says he is starting a "new chapter" in his professional life. The co-founder of creative agency SmallBox has transitioned chief executive officer responsibilities to his wife, Jenny Banner, while he takes over as full-time CEO of board management company Boardable. Jeb co-founded Boardable in 2016 and helped start SmallBox 12 years ago.

  • Craig Sturgis

    SmarterHQ Names Sturgis VP

    SmarterHQ has named Craig Sturgis vice president of product. He was one of the first to join the company and wore many hats to serve many of its Fortune 500 clients. Sturgis has held many roles at Angie’s List and co-founded Haven.

  • Bracken Fields

    Sharpen Technologies Promotes Fields to CTO

    Indianapolis-based Sharpen Technologies has promoted Bracken Fields to chief technology officer. He will be responsible for the company’s technology strategy and oversee operations to achieve new levels of performance and innovation on a global scale. With more than a decade of experience in the communications industry, Fields most recently served as executive vice president of product and infrastructure.

  • Mark Hill & Bill Godfrey (photos courtesy Lumavate)

    Carmel Tech Company Adds to Leadership Team

    Carmel-based tech startup Lumavate LLC is adding two Indy area tech veterans to its executive team. The company has named Mark Hill chief executive officer and Bill Godfrey vice president of business development. Hill was the co-founder and president of another software company, Baker Hill, which was acquired by Experian in 2005 and sold to New York-based private equity firm The Riverside Co. in 2015. Godfrey is a co-founder and board member for Lumavate.

  • Doxly Hires Fedie as VP of Customer Success

    Indianapolis-based Doxly, a secure portal for end-to-end legal transactions, has hired Natalie Fedie as vice president of customer success. She has more than 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors, most recently leading customer success for Granicus (formerly GovDelivery).

  • Spensa Technologies Adds Ag Veterans to Team

    Spensa Technologies Inc. has added two industry veterans to its sales and business development team. Dave Swain has been named area sales director and Chad Greenlee as regional sales manager. Swain most recently led the precision ag team at Southern States Cooperative. Greenlee most recently served as sales manager, North America for SST Software.

  • Ontario Systems Selects Harrington President

    Muncie-based Ontario Systems, a leading software provider to the healthcare revenue cycle management, accounts receivable management  and government markets, has selected Jason Harrington (pictured) president. He succeeds Co-founder Ron Fauquher, who will continue to serve in his capacity as CEO. Harrington previously served as senior vice president and chief revenue officer.

  • IURTC Taps Launch Fishers VP Jason Whitney

    The Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. has selected a big name in the Indiana coworking space community to join its ranks. The organization has named Jason Whitney, former vice president of Launch Fishers and general manager of Launch Indiana, manager of strategic partnerships. Prior to joining Launch Fishers, Whitney spent more than four years as executive director of the Richmond Innovation Center.

  • Hamerstadt Promoted to VP at SmarterHQ

    Kristen Hamerstadt has been promoted to vice president of marketing at SmarterHQ, a behavioral marketing platform that empowers B2C marketers to personalize customer interactions in real-time. She previously served as director of marketing. Hamerstadt was honored with a TechPoint Tech 25 Award in 2016 for her work both in her company and the community as the founder of Ladies in SaaS.

  • Mimir Hires Lead Curriculum Engineer

    Indianapolis-based Mimir, a cloud-based software company, has added Vinesh Kannan as lead curriculum engineer. He most recently co-founded Omnipointment, a group project tool that helps computer science students collaborate on assignments, with Brendan Batliner. Omnipointment was acquired by Mimir earlier this month.

  • Elevate Ventures Adds Schpok to Team

    Elevate Ventures has welcomed Jacob Schpok as its newest entrepreneur-in-residence. Elevate EIRs provide first-time entrepreneurs with business advisory services to help them navigate the uncharted waters of starting a business, from launch to exit and every decision in between. Schpok will be primarily focused on the Elevate-Purdue Foundry initiative, as well as efforts in and around Lafayette, West Lafayette and Zionsville.

  • TradeRev Announces Promotions, Hire

    TradeRev has named Tobin Richer (pictured) chief marketing officer. Keith Crerar (pictured), executive vice president, will take on the additional responsibilities of leading commercial accounts sales and account management. Will Farmer has been promoted to executive director of dealer sales. Vince McNeal has been named executive director of commercial sales. Additionally, KAR has promoted Chuck Coleman to SVP, general counsel and assistant secretary.

  • Schweyer Promoted to Senior Director at Elevate Ventures

    Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures has promoted Erica Schweyer to senior director of brand development and strategic initiatives. Earlier this year, she was promoted to senior director of events and special projects.  

  • Huddleston Joins Design On Tap as Engineering Director

    Indianapolis-based design and optimization consultancy firm Design on Tap has named Ben Huddleston director of engineering. He is the former president of Simplexity Marketing Group, which Design on Tap acquired earlier this summer. Also new to the team: Daris Strickland, engineer; and Allison Smith and Mike Westlake, both interface developers. 

  • IBM Veteran Joins Bolstra

    Software company Bolstra has named Lisa Leahy vice president of sales. Leahy comes to Bolstra after 20 years with IBM, where she where she held various positions within the sales department as a channel manager, solutions consultant, and regional sales manager. She is charged with leading the sales team and growing the client roster of enterprise accounts at the Carmel startup.

  • greenlight.guru Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based greenlight.guru, the only quality management software platform designed specifically for medical device companies, has named Jennifer Kier vice president of customer success. She previously served as global director of customer success at Genesys/Interactive Intelligence. Also, Thomas Stergar II has been appointed director of partnerships. He previously served as vice president of business development at MAETRICS.

  • Canvas Hires Linder as VP

    Indianapolis-based Canvas has hired Zach Linder as vice president of analytics and machine learning. He has led analytics and automation initiatives at several high-growth companies, most recently as vice president and head of US operations at Virtusa, previously Apparatus.

  • Sharpen Technologies Adds to Team

    Sharpen Technologies has appointed Pam Hynes vice president of client experience. She is an experienced leader in providing cloud based communications and engagement solutions to contact centers. Also, Bill Waller has been named vice president of customer care & enablement. He brings more than 24 years of technology experience working for innovative, high-tech software companies to his new role.

  • Dimension Mill Appoints Executive Director

    Pat East has been appointed executive director of Dimension Mill, Bloomington's downtown co-working and business incubator space. It is slated to open in 2018. He started Hanapin Marketing, a company that specializes in pay-per-click advertising, in 2004.

  • Costello Adds Keene as Director of Sales

    Indianapolis-based Costello had named Phill Keene director of sales to lead its business development. He previously served as director of marketing at Octiv and is currently co-host of #RealSalesTalk podcast.

  • Lessonly Adds to Team

    Lessonly has named Andrew Robinson III senior director of product & engineering. He has more than 10 years of software leadership experience at companies like Formstack, Emplify and Our Health. Also, Bryan Naas has been appointed director of sales enablement.

  • Bluelock Taps Wiseman as CFO

    Bluelock has named Jennifer Wiseman chief financial officer. She is the first person to take on the role at the company since 2011. Wiseman previously served as vice president of finance at Genesys. She has more than 20 years of finance experience with companies like Rolls-Royce, Brightpoint and Interactive Intelligence.

  • Trek10 Selects CEO

    South Bend-based Trek10 Inc. has named Shane Fimbel chief executive officer. He previously served as chief operating officer of Global Access Point. He has expertise in operating and scaling high-growth companies and was named Outstanding Young Business Leader of the Year in 2015.

  • IQI Adds to Leadership Team

    South Bend-based IQI, the corporate umbrella for several technology, construction and real estate companies moving into the Renaissance District, has hired several key staff members who will serve as part of the organization’s leadership team. Pamela Devany (pictured) has been hired as general manager, Patricia Norvell has been named human resources manager and Keith Knight (pictured) has been appointed chief financial officer.

  • Doxly Names VP of Product

    Indianapolis-based Doxly, a secure portal for end-to-end legal transactions, has named Doug Wilson (pictured) vice president of product. He previously served as director of product management at Salesforce. The firm has also added Jim Barkley as a new board member. He recently retired as general counsel and secretary for Simon Property Group.

  • MOBI Co-Founder Named President

    Indianapolis-based MOBI has appointed Co-founder Josh Garrett president. The mobility management software company says he will succeed Mitch Black, who will remain as an adviser. Garrett most recently served as chief strategy officer and has also been involved with other aspects of the company, including sales and operations. He launched the company along with Chief Executive Officer Scott Kraege in 2009.

  • Lockwood Joins Axia Technology Partners as Director

    Indianapolis-based Axia Technology Partners has named Patrick Lockwood director of project management. He previously worked at SDLC Partners, a privately held consulting firm, as a regional director of business development.

  • LightBound Names VP of Sales

    LightBound has promoted Jake Zupancic to vice president of sales. He has worked in various positions for the company for the past three years. Some of these positions include, client account manager, account executive and most recently, senior account manager.

  • RetailPoint Names Director

    Carmel-based RetailPoint has named J. Lynne Lombardi director of channel sales. She previously worked with small to medium-sized retailers assisting in automation and speed of checkout, management of inventory and controlled purchasing. Lombardi brings 25-plus years of experience helping retailers best leverage customized, point of sale solutions.

  • Axia Technology Partners Names COO

    Axia Technology Partners has appointed Don Scifres chief operating officer. He is a co-founder and general partner of VisionTech Partners and VisionTech Angels and brings more than 35 years of experience in the business, entrepreneurship, investment and technology sectors to AxiaTP. Scifres previously held leadership positions at several prominent companies, including Cummins Inc., ANGEL Learning Inc., Courseload Inc. and SmartFile.

  • DemandJump Appoints CFO

    Indianapolis-based DemandJump has appointed Jim Zaloudek chief financial officer. He has nearly 30 years of finance, executive management, operation management and mergers and acquisition experience. Zaloudek's experience includes 17 years in software, hardware and telecom with companies including T2 Systems and eGix Inc. He also has 12 years of public accounting experience.

  • Axia Technology Partners Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based Axia Technology Partners has named Jay Robison national channel development manager. He most recently served as channel account manager at Nectar Service Corp. Also, George Wiley has been appointed digital marketing manager.

  • VeriCite Selects Tech Vet as CEO

    An Indianapolis-based tech company has a new leader. VeriCite, a cloud-based plagiarism detection service, has selected Valerie Schreiner as chief executive officer. She previously served as chief product officer of California-based data analytics company Schoolzilla. VeriCite co-founders Scott Siddall and Sam Ottenhoff will continue as chief financial officer and chief technology officer, respectively.

  • Matchbook Creative Hires Developer

    Matchbook Creative has hired Sydney Haggard as a web developer. She is a graduate of Eleven Fifty Academy’s Java Accelerated Learning Program and has extensive knowledge of HTML, CSS and PHP for WordPress.

  • Bloomerang's Jay Love Steps Down

    Indianapolis-based tech company Bloomerang Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Jay Love has stepped down. He had served as CEO since the company's inception in 2012 and will continue as chairman of the board and assume the part-time role of chief relationship officer. Bloomerang Co-founder Ross Hendrickson, who previously served as chief operating officer and chief financial officer, was unanimously named CEO by the company's board of directors.

  • Matrix Integration Appoints Director

    Matrix Integration has appointed Mike Childs business development director. He most recently served as senior sales executive and acting vice president of sales at Rook Security.

  • 16 Tech Names First CEO

    Bob Coy has been named the first president and chief executive officer of 16 Tech. The 60-acre innovation community near IUPUI is billed as a transformational development in Indianapolis’ bid to attract talent. Coy most recently served as CEO of Ohio-based venture development organization CincyTech, which pumped more than $680 million into 70 different startups during his nearly 12 years at the helm.

  • Clear Software Adds Orr Fellow

    Zionsville-based Clear Software has added Orr Fellow Christina Zerfas to its team. She is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in entrepreneurship and corporate innovation from the Kelley School of Business. Zerfas will be working full-time with the client services team.

  • Covideo Adds to Team

    Video email tech company, Covideo, has named Margaret Henney business development manager. She previously worked for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

  • WorkHere Adds Adams as a Director

    Indianapolis-based WorkHere has hired Tim Adams as director of business of development. He previously served as a sales executive at Angie's List. Adams was instrumental in growing Angie's List's sales and sales training team from 90 to more than 600 people. Prior to that, he served as a sales leader at HSBC, a global banking and financial services corporation. Adams is a graduate of Indiana State University.

  • Indy IT Companies Announce Merger

    Indianapolis-based IT and engineering professional services firm Theoris Services has announced a merger with software development firm Reliable Solutions Corp., also based in Indy. President David Lovell will continue in his role once the merger is complete. RSC President Scott Alexander will become vice president of Theoris Solutions, a new division of Theoris Services.

  • TechPoint Names Indy Women in Tech Program Manager

    TechPoint has named Emily Trimble the Indy Women in Tech program manager. She previously served as campus director for The Iron Yard Indianapolis. Trimble joined The Iron Yard in 2015, where she built relationships from the ground up with hiring managers, software developers and engineers and executives at tech companies in and around Indianapolis.

  • BidPal Expands Senior Leadership Team

    BidPal has appointed Mark McCorkle chief technology officer and Mark Ward chief financial officer. McCorkle previously spent six years as an independent consultant. Ward has more than 25 years of experience and previously served as CFO for VacayStay Connect and held senior management positions at Monster Worldwide, NextWave Media Group and Right At School.

  • Determine Inc. Names McLaughlin Associate General Counsel

    Carmel-based Determine Inc. has appointed Ryan McLaughlin associate general counsel. He has spent the past five years with Barnes & Thornburg LLP in the firm's Indianapolis and Chicago offices.

  • Emplify Hires VP of Marketing

    Fishers-based Emplify has added Ed Illig as vice president of marketing. He previously held executive positions in marketing and creative direction at four renowned marketing agencies, including RAZR in Minneapolis and HZDG and Merkle, both in the Washington D.C. area.

  • Formstack Names Sapp COO

    Indianapolis-based Formstack has named Dustin Sapp chief operating officer. He is an award-winning business leader, entrepreneur and technologist. Most recently Sapp served as co-founder chief executive officer of Octiv (formerly TinderBox).

  • ClearObject Names Director of HR

    ClearObject has named Jenny Boushehry director of human resources. She most recently worked at Appirio as a HR business partner. Boushehry will be responsible for building corporate and organizational value through strong human resources leadership.

  • Aura IT Consulting Hires Two

    Indianapolis-based Aura IT Consulting has hired Mike Rooks as senior cloud and systems administrator and Rachael Barter as regional client relationship manager. Rooks most recently served as director of IT at Blue Pillar and as a senior service engineer on Microsoft Corporation’s Azure service delivery team. Barter previously served as director of client experience at RenPSG, channel director at Nexlink and executive corporate solutions manager at AT&T.

  • Doxly Hires Foreman as Senior Director of Marketing

    Indianapolis-based Doxly, a secure legal transaction management platform for end-to-end corporate transactions, has added Dana Foreman as senior director of marketing. She has more than 15 years of experience in product marketing and previously served as senior manager of global marketing for Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.

  • Axia Technology Partners Hires Digital Marketing Specialist

    Indianapolis-based Axia Technology Partners has named Carolyn Duncan digital marketing specialist. She previously served as a senior copywriter for B2B marketing at Angie’s List. Duncan brings 10 years of professional communication experience to her new position.

  • Flexware Innovation Adds to Team

    Flexware Innovation Inc. has added Lalitkumar Iyer as MES technical leader. He previously served as Google X's technical lead and analyst focused on implementing NPI solutions to encompass multiple projects. Prior to Google X, Iyer worked at Tesla Motors as a technical consultant. He brings more than six years of experience in software development and high quality solution deployment.

  • Enspire Commerce Appoints VP

    Ruth Minj has joined Carmel-based Enspire Commerce as vice president of product strategy and development. She previously served as a solutions manager at Sterling Commerce (formerly Yantra). Minj’s 15-plus years of retail technology experience will help the firm to enhance its unified commerce solutions on a single Enterprise Commerce Platform.

  • DiPietro Joins T2 Systems as CTO

     T2 Systems, a provider of the industry’s most comprehensive suite of parking solutions, has named Phil DiPietro chief technology officer. He has more than 20 years of experience leading cross-functional teams. DiPietro previously served as both senior technical solution principal and vice president of software engineering at NCR Corp.

  • IVM Announces Promotion & Hire

    IVM Inc. has promoted Greg Marine to director of IT services. He previously led the software development team on Intel’s enhanced-locker project, which has been rolled out at Intel offices around the world. The company also added Benjamin Wildman to its sales team. He previously served as a territory sales manager for Universal Steel.

  • Springbuk Appoints Leadership

    Indianapolis-based Springbuk has promoted Brooks Busch to vice president of sales, and Jeremy Leventhal to vice president of product management. Busch previously served as director of sales and will lead the strategy, management and execution of Springbuk’s sales and customer success channels. Leventhal was director of product management and will oversee the planning, building and implementation of the firm's health intelligence software.

  • Passageways Hires Chief Information Security Officer

    Lafayette-based Passageways has appointed Bill Arnold chief information security officer. He has more than twenty years of experience in leadership roles in Information Security & Technology. 

  • Allegient Appoints VP of Solutions

    Indianapolis-based Allegient has named Robert Lescano vice president of solutions. He spent 22 years working in the enterprise services division at Microsoft. In his new role, Lescano will provide leadership in the strategic alignment to our clients’ business goals, addressing their most significant business challenges and enabling digital transformation including end-to-end mobility services.

  • Lessonly Adds to Leadership Team

    Lessonly has added to its leadership team. It includes: Zoe Meinecke, director of services; Megan Jarvis, director of talent and Kyle Lacy, vice president of marketing. Meinecke has more than 11 years of broad functional experience supporting global customers across a range of industries.

  • Wade Joins Sigstr as CEO

    Sigstr, a SaaS application for corporate email personalization, has named Bryan Wade chief executive officer. Founder Dan Hanrahan will remain with the company as president and shift his focus to leading strategic partnerships and enterprise relationships.

  • Matrix Integration Names VP of Technology

    Matrix Integration LLC has named James Aldridge vice president of technology to lead the technology solutions expansion in the Indianapolis region. His leadership accomplishments in higher education, K-12 and private sector include serving as director of IT for one of the largest universities in the U.S., vice president of information technology for an international online university, and chief technology officer for a large K-12 school district.

  • Appirio Adds to Executive Leadership Team

    Appirio has revamped its executive team after being acquired by Wipro. The changes include the transition of three executives and the promotion of eleven employees. The team, which comprises a global group of decision-makers with a wide variety of backgrounds, exemplifies Wipro and Appirio’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Krishnan Subramanian (pictured), vice president of finance at Wipro, is now chief financial officer for Appirio.

  • DemandJump Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based DemandJump has named Kallie Bonnell director of customer success. She previously served as vice president at Raidious. Bonnell's background includes 10+ years of marketing roles, both internally, and in the agency space. Also, Joe Van Deman has been named director of product and operations. He previously served as vice president of product & operations at Gusto and was strategic operations manager at Google.

  • BidPal Names VP of Sales

    BidPal, the leading mobile fundraising platform helping nonprofits raise more money, has named Parrish Snyder vice president of sales. Since 2005, he has been leading sales and business development efforts for some of the country’s most innovative entrepreneurial companies. Snyder most recently served as executive vice president of global accounts for Tongal.

  • Springbuk Adds Director of Engineering

    Indianapolis-based Springbuk has named Steve Caldwell director of engineering. He most recently served as chief executive officer of Strap, a platform for wearable and mobile health data based in Cincinnati. Caldwell launched his software career with Crosstek, where he developed web applications that included smart sensors to help keep troops safe in Afghanistan.

  • Emplify Hires Three

    Fishers-based Emplify, the world’s leading employee engagement app platform, has added: Account Executive Nikki Lewallen, Director of Talent Acquisition and Development Theresa Koch (pictured) and Director of Sales Development Mary Browning (pictured). Lewallen is the current CEO of Rainmakers. Koch previously served as recruiting manager at Salesforce and people and culture director at ClearObject formerly known as CloudOne. Browning previously served as COO of LeadJen.

  • Covideo Names Simpson Director

    John Simpson has been named director of business development at Covideo. With 10 years of experience in logistics at a Fortune 500 3PL, Simpson will lead the sales and business development team at the tech company.

  • RocketBuild Promotes Ward to President

    RocketBuild has promoted Jason Ward to president. He joined the firm in April and will steward the company’s continued focus on developing partnerships with creative, marketing, advertising, and technology-focused companies across the region while pioneering new services for tech startups and entrepreneurs. Ward previously served as director of accounts.

  • Leadership Change at Octiv

    An Indianapolis technology entrepreneur is handing off the reins of leadership at the company he co-founded in 2010. David Kerr (pictured) is now chief executive officer of Octiv, formerly known as TinderBox, as Dustin Sapp steps down for a sabbatical. Kerr previously served as chief operating officer. Sapp founded the document workflow technology provider seven years ago as TinderBox with Mike Fitzgerald and Kristian Andersen.

  • MOBI Hires Industry Veteran as Director of Channels

    MOBI has named Tom Koch director of channels. He previously worked for ADTRAN as director of channel sales and operations. Koch was responsible for leading ADTRAN’s enterprise markets distribution strategy and all analytical aspects of its channel program, sales operations, and tele-sales teams.

  • Parker Video Intercoms Names Director

    Indianapolis-based Parker Video Intercoms has named Tammy Baker director of customer experience. She previously served as director of operations at Allied Automation.

  • Carleton Names Director

    South Bend-based Carleton Inc. has named Peter Radike director of client and channel engagement. He previously served as director of product management and strategy at Fiserv Lending Solutions.

  • Northern Apex Names Manager

    Fort Wayne-based Northern Apex has named Brian Wilcox business development manager. He graduated from Indiana Wesleyan with a B.S. in Business Management and pursues continual learning through Sandler Sales Training. This background has helped Wilcox make an easy transition into his current position with Northern Apex.
  • Van Ausdall & Farrar Adds to Team

    Van Ausdall & Farrar has named Denise Moe business development, social media and sales administrator. She previously worked for Allied Solutions. Moe graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from IUPUI. She has run political campaigns on the local, state, and national level and is very active in the central Indiana community. 

  • High Alpha Hires Scott McCorkle

    The former chief executive officer of Salesforce Marketing Cloud has been named executive in residence for Indianapolis-based High Alpha. Scott McCorkle, who spent 11 years with Salesforce Marketing Cloud and its predecessor ExactTarget, will serve as a mentor to leaders of high-tech companies in the High Alpha portfolio. He left Salesforce in August of 2016.

  • CloudOne Appoints Chief Business Officer

    Fishers-based CloudOne, a leader in bringing enterprise applications to the cloud and providing a platform for IoT services and solutions, has appointed Mike Reffeitt chief business officer. He comes to CloudOne from BioStorage Technologies Inc., where he was a founding employee, serving as CFO and helping to steer the company over the course of 13 years through growth stage, global expansions and a successful acquisition by Brooks Automation Inc.

  • Former Salesforce Exec Named Doxly COO

    Indianapolis-based Doxly has added another former Salesforce and ExactTarget executive to its team. D. Wayne Poole, who previously served as executive vice president of global sales strategy and operations at Salesforce, has joined the tech startup as chief operating officer. He left Salesforce in 2015 and most recently served as interim chief revenue officer for Seattle-based Simply Measured.

  • Enspire Commerce Appoints Director of Sales

    Nancy Finnegan has joined Carmel-based Enspire Commerce as director of sales. She previously worked for Radial Inc. in a similar role and has held positions in supply chain, order management, materials management, inventory management fulfillment, omni-channel and more. Finnegan has more than 20 years of software and retail systems sales experience.

  • Performance Assessment Network Names VP

    Carmel-based Performance Assessment Network Inc. has named Chris Small vice president, international. He previously served as deputy CEO at Saville Consulting. Small has designed and developed global talent processes for leading brands throughout the world. He is a chartered psychologist and an experienced international facilitator.

  • WorkHere Hires VP of Customer Engagement

    Carmel-based WorkHere has named Lisa Helms vice president of customer engagement. She previously served as manager of global recruiting for Salesforce Marketing Cloud and as strategic account director for social recruiting website Jobvite. Helms has also served in various HR and recruiting leadership positions for Yoh, ASSIA, Tradescape and Midwest Transmission System Operator.

  • ClearScholar Adds to VPs

    ClearScholar has named Jason Stele vice president of product and Josh Williams vice president of partnerships. Stele will oversee product management, vision and engineering for ClearScholar, while Williams will lead sales, services and customer success. Stele previously served as director of EdTech at Harrison College. Williams previously served as an associate vice president of program development at InsideTrack.