Funding News

Plymouth Ventures invests millions in Indy-based Kinney Group

Cloud solutions integrator Kinney Group, Inc. is getting a multi-million dollar infusion of capital in a growth financing round led by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Plymouth Ventures. Kinney Group counts Global 2000 public companies, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations among its clients, including being a leading integration partner for next-generation platform providers like Splunk,

Q3 2016 Investments for Indiana Technology Companies

The third quarter of 2016 saw a spike in the value of Indiana technology funding deals with a national acquisition and high-value raises from capital sources across the U.S. We compiled a list of funding deals announcements to highlight the Indiana technology companies and those that have invested in or acquired them. Mobile app software company Bluebridge

Realync expanding, moving headquarters to Indianapolis

Realync, the first cloud-based platform to enable live virtual property tours and open houses for the real estate industry, today announces the completion of a $1.1 million round of seed funding led by Meridian Street Capital, with participation from VisionTech Partners, M25 Group and Charmides Capital. Realync Real Time Touring Product Demo from Realync on Vimeo. Founded in

Doxly accelerates legal transactions, unlocks data intelligence

Legal transaction software company Doxly raises $2.2M

Doxly, an Indianapolis technology software company that launched out of High Alpha this past July, today announced they have closed a $2.2 million Series Seed funding round and added Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, as a customer. Doxly will use the capital to scale its technology platform and fuel hiring in product development, engineering, sales and marketing.

Q2 2016 Investments for Indiana Technology Companies

Indiana technology companies continue to close successful seed funding, equity and venture rounds in the second quarter of 2016. In comparison to Q1 2016, Q2 has seen larger investments across a wide range of tech industries. We compiled a list of public announcements to highlight the activity and interest. Cloud and hosting technology company CloudOne

What out-of-town investors think about Indy tech companies

Nineteen different venture capital firms, angel investors, and investment banks joined past and present Mira Award winners and other tech innovators at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on “Fast Friday” at the end of May for a special TechPoint Winners’ Circle celebration that included rapid-fire investable company pitches and speed-dating with investors. At the end of the

Upper Hand hits $1 million in seed capital with investment from former Finish Line execs

Serendipity keeps touching Upper Hand, the Indianapolis-based software company that simplifies front and back-end operations for sporting businesses like camps, athletic academies and individual coaches and trainers. The fast-growing scale-up has completed a $1 million seed financing round led by three former executives from Finish Line, the Indianapolis-based athletic shoes and apparel retail giant. It’s quite

Tech award winners and investors from around the country connect at IMS

During Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, TechPoint brought together a mix of previous and current Mira Awards winners and select scale-up companies participating in TechPoint’s Tailwind program. Top executives from 28 of Indiana’s most successful and promising companies, met with representatives from 19 venture capital firms, angel investors, and investment banks to seek

Springbuk Secures $3.75M in Series A Funding

Springbuk, a health analytics platform, announced a Series A funding raise of $3.75 million led by Lewis & Clark Ventures. The Springbuk platform is currently used by nearly 500 employers that represent 500,000 individuals. The capital will be used to fuel strategic hiring and product innovation. “In 2015, we launched a platform to help employers