Since the beginning of the second quarter, Indiana received several national rankings for our tech growth and momentum. Inc Magazine calls us one of six best cities to start your business right now, MONEY says we’re one of the top 20 hottest cities for tech jobs, and Women’s Business Daily says Indy is one of six best cities to launch your tech business.
Below is a list of those tech job announcements from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. You can find these jobs and more from Indiana technology companies on our Job Board.
Greenlight.guru, a modern quality management software company and 2017 Mira Awards nominee for Tech Service of the Year, moved into The Union 525 this past May and plans to create up to 120 new, high-wage jobs by 2020. The new space is nearly 50 percent larger than its former office.make them
250ok, an email analytics and deliverability platform for email marketing services, plans to expand their operations in Indianapolis, creating up to 53 new high-wage jobs by 2021. The company will invest $1.57 million to expand its operations on Indianapolis’ north side.
The Brookfield Group, which specializes in helping small businesses customize their technology systems, will invest $7 million to enhance its central Indiana operations, installing high-availability voice and data systems, on-demand storage, cloud failover systems and complete scalable virtual systems at its 11,000-square-foot headquarters. As part of their growth, the company plans to create up to 31 new high-wage jobs by 2021.
In the biggest economic development agreement Indiana has reached in more than a decade, India-based Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services, plans to create 2,000 high-skilled jobs by 2021. Infosys will also invest more than $8.7 million to establish operations here, including the leasing and equipping an approximately 60,000-80,000-square-foot space in OneAmerica Tower.
Read more about Infosys’ announcement here:
- Downtown Indy Space to Become Infosys U.S. ‘Hub’ – Inside INdiana Business
- India-based Infosys to open tech hub at OneAmerica Tower – USA Today
- Infosys, an Indian Outsourcing Company, Says It Will Create 10,000 U.S. Jobs – The New York Times
- India-based tech firm plans 2,000 jobs in Indianapolis area – Indianapolis Business Journal
myCOI, a provider of cloudbased software for tracking and managing certificates of insurance, announced plans to expand its headquarters in Indianapolis, creating up to 185 jobs by 2021. The female-founded and led company will invest more than $765,000 to double its footprint, leasing and furnishing a new 6,841squarefoot headquarters at 445 N. Pennsylvania St. in Indianapolis.
Fizziology, a global audience insights firm for the entertainment, retail and travel industries, plans to expand its headquarters, creating up to 55 new, high-wage jobs by 2020. The company was honored at this year’s Mira Awards for winning the Tech Service of the Year category.
Knowledge Services, a cloud software-as-a-service and mobile application technology business, plans to add 400 new high-wage jobs by the end of 2021. The information technology and professional services company intends to invest $17 million into expanding its headquarters and move from Castleton to Fishers. The company currently has 2,000 employees nationwide and more than 1,100 in Indiana.