Upper Hand Inc. has relocated its headquarters to the J.F. Wild Building in downtown Indianapolis. The sports software company says the new 5,000-square-feet of office space will better support its growing and collaborative workforce.
The company offers software solutions in the sports and fitness industry for customers nationwide. Its facility management software gives facility managers resources from one platform with smart automation tools. The company also specializes in what it calls business intelligence solutions and new tools built for franchises and multi-club operations that cater specifically to the sports and fitness industries.
“We are thrilled to open our new headquarters in the heart of downtown Indy, which continues to attract some of the greatest technological thinkers as well as innovators in the Midwest and nationwide,” said Kevin MacCauley, founder and chief executive officer of Upper Hand, in a news release. “Building a strong, collaborative team has been a critical component to our incredible success. We believe our headquarters’ design and layout infectiously supports our mission to further engage, retain and attract new employees as we continue to rapidly scale our business.”