National Story Profiles Hoosier Tech Community

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The central Indiana technology scene is again in the national spotlight. A feature in The New York Times says Indianapolis has "steadily, if quietly" become a new technology hub. The story profiles companies including Salesforce, which is working toward adding 800 jobs in the city, First Internet Bancorp (Nasdaq: INBK) and Angie's List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI).

It also mentioned Interactive Intelligence, which was recently acquired by California-based Genysys for $1.4 billion, and BidPal Inc., which announced a $6 million infusion recently, as well as organizations such as TechPoint, the state's technology initiative, and its talent attraction and retention initiative the IndyX Tech Fellowship.

The profile also discussed the effects of the 2015 Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which the writer classified as a "cloud (that still) hovers over Indiana's tech landscape."

You can connect to the full story from The New York Times by clicking here.

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