Carmel-based tech company Alleo, which launched its meeting collaboration platform in February, says it plans to add 60 positions by the end of 2026. Based on the hiring plans, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. is offering $1 million in incentive-based tax credits and another $50,000 in training grants.
The company says its platform helps to improve productivity between users. It allows participants in a virtual work environment to share documents and multimedia.
“We greatly appreciate the partnership with the city of Carmel and the IEDC,” said Alleo founder and Chief Executive Officer Brandon Fischer. “Our team at Alleo works hard to provide a best-in-class solution to meet the needs of distributed teams within global organizations and it’s exciting to be recognized and supported locally.”
Fischer says Alleo is flexible enough to allow for just about any type of content and complexity, including streaming multiple live video feeds, screen shares, and embedding content. It also works with video conferencing services, like Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
The company says users can access Alleo from any device and there’s no software to install and no hardware to purchase.