Software Company Moving to Carmel

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Indianapolis-based Indigo BioAutomation has announced plans to relocate its headquarters to Carmel. Financial details of the move are not being released, however the scientific software solution company's entire staff will move into the new Pedcor Square Building in Carmel City Center, which is expected to open this fall.

Indigo BioAutomation currently employs 32 people in its Indianapolis office. The company says the new office is designed for productivity and innovation, which Chief Executive Officer Randall Julian calls a rarity outside of the Silicon Valley and especially unique in Indiana.

"We want our group in a locale that is alive and thriving, and when they walk into the office they should be able reset their brain and focus on solving challenging problems and develop great new ideas. Pedcor helped us turn our vision into reality," Julian said in a news release. "We were looking for a new space, specifically with our employees in mind. Our culture at Indigo is very important and our focus on people is a huge part of that."

The company will occupy the entire second floor of Pedcor Square Building 5, which totals nearly 10,000 square feet. 

Indigo BioAutomation "provides automated data analysis, data management and data integration solutions to clinical diagnostics reference laboratories, pharmaceutical and biotechnology research laboratories and laboratories in other life science markets," according to TechPoint. In 2013, the company won Emerging IT Company of the Year and Innovation of the Year honors at the TechPoint Mira Awards.

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