Global Growth Fuels Carmel Expansion

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The company's software lines include mv360, which is made for the RV industry. The company's software lines include mv360, which is made for the RV industry.

Carmel-based CuroGens Inc. is planning to double its work force over the next four years as part of a global expansion. The motor vehicle industry software provider has launched offices in Spain and Canada and will add to an existing location in India.

CuroGens says it is also on-pace to double its revenue year-over-year as its client list continues to grow. Chief Executive Officer Jesper Kehlet and Chief Technology Officer Sumanth Dama founded the company in Kehlet's kitchen in 2012. The company now employs some 50 workers globally and could add 10 more by the end of the year.

Its clients includes large Indiana-based recreational vehicle manufacturers, which use its mv360 software to allow customers to order custom-configured components and includes real-time sales, warranty and service data sharing.

In part, Kehlet attributes the company's success to being "open to all kinds of ideas but it's got to be something new because I'm not here to do the same thing that everybody else is doing."

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In 2014, the company expanded its Clay Terrace office space. It is a Tier-1 provider in Microsoft's Cloud Solution Program, which allows it to more competitively sell cloud services. "As the key point of contact for all of our customers' needs, this certification allows us to offer deeper support as well as more flexibility and choices in business intelligence solutions. Overall, we’re better equipped to help our customers use technology to succeed in business," said Kehlet.

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