A data analytics company for the beer industry has announced plans to move its headquarters in central Indiana. SteadyServ Technologies, currently based in Carmel, will soon move to the nearly-complete Spur Building in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
SteadyServ currently employs more than 45 people and says its growth projections include hiring more than 100 by 2018. The company will sign a four-year lease for more than 8,600 square-feet of space on the top floor of the Spur Building.
SteadyServ produces a real-time draft beer inventory intelligence system that gives customers metrics on how beer is consumed, bought and sold. The company has many large clients, including AT&T Stadium in Texas and retailers throughout the country, including Applebee’s and Tilted Kilt.
"As our company moves forward, it became clear that our vision and culture aligned perfectly with the City of Fishers, as well as the other technology firms that are gravitating to this area," said Steve Hershberger, chief executive officer of SteadyServ. "The vision Mayor (Scott) Fadness has articulated for this district made it an easy decision for SteadyServ. This is a great place for us to grow."
The Spur Building is expected to be complete in late August. The building has already secured Four Day Ray Brewing as a major tenant. The city of Fishers says SteadyServ and Four Day Ray will have a working relationship, which will allow SteadyServ to test new innovations.