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Indiana's Potential as a Leader in Healthcare Tech
The explosive success and high-profile acquisitions of local businesses such as ExactTarget and Interactive Intelligence have put Indiana on the map as a rising hotspot in the tech industry. Thanks to a growing talent base, software-as-a-service innovations and a healthy desire to solve problems, our collection of marketing tech businesses stack up against any state in the Union. Add several other factors and you'll see why Indiana is becoming a leader in health care tech, as well.
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