Chamber Unveils 'Best Places to Work'

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The chamber will unveil company rankings April 30. The chamber will unveil company rankings April 30.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has released its list of the Best Places to Work in Indiana. This year's list features 125 companies throughout the state, including more than 40 that were not on the list last year.

The chamber will unveil company rankings April 30 at an awards dinner at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. Winners are sorted into four categories based on size. Out-of-state parent companies must have at least 15 full-time employees in Indiana to participate.

This year's winning companies represent nearly 30 cities and towns and range in local employee count from 15 to more than 1,800. The chamber recognizes companies that have been named a Best Place to Work at least 60 percent of the time in the program's history as Hall of Fame companies. The organization says Edward Jones and Katz, Sapper & Miller have been on the list all 14 years of the program.

This year's winners, in alphabetical order, are:
* Hall of Fame company

Small Companies (15-74 U.S. employees) (53)

Alerding CPA Group / Indianapolis
Alliance Bank / Francesville
* Apex Benefits / Indianapolis
Artisan Electronics / Odon
BLASTmedia / Fishers
Bloomerang / Indianapolis
Caldwell VanRiper / Indianapolis
Centerfirst / Indianapolis
Community First Bank of Indiana / Kokomo
* Cripe / Indianapolis
DemandJump / Indianapolis
DK Pierce & Associates / Zionsville
eGov Strategies LLC / Indianapolis
eimagine / Indianapolis
* FirstPerson / Indianapolis
General Insurance Services / Michigan City
Goelzer Investment Management, Inc. / Indianapolis
Greenlight Guru / Indianapolis
Guidon Design / Indianapolis
Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. / Carmel
Hanapin Marketing / Bloomington
* Indesign, LLC / Indianapolis
Indiana Soybean Alliance / Indianapolis
Indiana Spine Hospital / Carmel
Indianapolis Indians / Indianapolis
iRiS Recruiting Solutions / Carmel
JA Benefits, LLC / Bedford
Jackson Systems / Indianapolis
KBSO Consulting LLC / Carmel
Lakeside Wealth Management / Chesterton
Leaf Software Solutions / Carmel
LHD Benefit Advisors / Indianapolis
Luther Consulting, LLC / Carmel
mAccounting / Indianapolis
Magnum Logistics / Plainfield
netlogx LLC / Indianapolis
Nix Companies / Poseyville
North Meridian Surgery Center / Carmel
OfficeWorks / Fishers
Peepers by PeeperSpecs / Michigan City
Renovia / Indianapolis
RESOURCE Commercial Real Estate, LLC / Indianapolis
Sigstr / Indianapolis
Spectrum Technology, Inc. / Indianapolis
Sponsel CPA Group, LLC / Indianapolis
Starin Marketing, Inc. / Chesterton
T&W Corporation / Indianapolis
That's Good HR / Indianapolis
The Garrett Companies / Greenwood
Ultimate Technologies Group / Fishers
University High School of Indiana / Carmel
Visit Indy / Indianapolis
Zylo / Indianapolis

Medium Companies (75-249 U.S. employees) (37)
Company / Primary Indiana Location

Accutech Systems Corporation / Muncie
American College of Education / Indianapolis
Blue Horseshoe / Carmel
Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc. / Indianapolis
CREA, LLC / Indianapolis
* E-gineering / Indianapolis
* Elements Financial Federal Credit Union / Indianapolis
First Internet Bank / Fishers
Formstack / Fishers
Gregory & Appel Insurance / Indianapolis
HWC Engineering, Inc. / Indianapolis
IDSolutions / Noblesville
J.C. Hart Company, Inc. / Carmel
Lessonly / Indianapolis
MemberClicks / Carmel
Morales Group Inc. / Indianapolis
Moser Consulting / Indianapolis
National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies / Indianapolis
Oak Street Funding LLC / Indianapolis
Oliver Winery / Bloomington
OneCause, Inc. / Indianapolis
OrthoPediatrics / Warsaw
Parkview Wabash Hospital / Wabash
Probo Medical / Fishers
Rehab Medical, Inc. / Indianapolis
Renaissance Electronic Services / Indianapolis 
RQAW / Fishers
Scale Computing / Indianapolis
Shrewsberry / Indianapolis
* Software Engineering Professionals, Inc. / Carmel
Springbuk / Indianapolis
The Skillman Corporation / Indianapolis
Unified Group Services, Inc. / Anderson
Visiting Nurse & Hospice of the Wabash Valley / Terre Haute
VOSS Automotive / Fort Wayne
Weddle Bros. Construction Co., Inc. / Bloomington
Wessler Engineering / Indianapolis

Large Companies (250-999 U.S. employees) (23)
Company / Primary Indiana Location

American Structurepoint, Inc. / Indianapolis
Ash Brokerage / Fort Wayne
Blue 449 / Indianapolis
* Blue & Co., LLC / Carmel
Carbonite / Indianapolis
* Centier Bank / Merrillville
Conga / Indianapolis
* FORUM Credit Union / Fishers
Group Management Services Inc. / Indianapolis
Hylant / Multiple locations
Impact / Indianapolis
IPMG / West Lafayette Indiana
* Katz, Sapper & Miller / Indianapolis
MCM CPAs & Advisors LLP / Jeffersonville
Merchants Bank of Indiana / Merchants Capital Corp. / Carmel
Onebridge / Indianapolis
Ontario Systems / Muncie
Parkview Huntington Hospital / Huntington
Parkview Noble Hospital / Kendallville
ProLink Staffing / Indianapolis   
SkillStorm / Indianapolis
Traylor Bros., Inc. / Evansville
* WestPoint Financial Group / Indianapolis

Major Companies (1,000+ U.S. employees) (12)
Company / Primary Indiana Location

Aerotek / Indianapolis
Busey Bank / Carmel
CLA / Indianapolis
Colliers International / Indianapolis
* Edward Jones / Statewide
First Merchants Bank / Muncie
* Horseshoe Casino / Hammond
Kronos Incorporated / Indianapolis
* Microsoft Corporation / Indianapolis
* Salesforce / Indianapolis
The Kendall Group / Fort Wayne
Total Quality Logistics / Indianapolis

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