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Sigstr introduces new Dynamic Campaigns product for employee engagement

Indianapolis-based email signature marketing company Sigstr is capitalizing on the amount of emails employees send – roughly 1 million by every 100 employees –  to create a unique employee engagement opportunity. The company has launched its new Dynamic Campaigns product that offers an internal communication channel with the click of every “compose” button. Think about the

Upper Hand unveils unique new office space

Myles Grote and Kevin MacCauley, co-founders of Sports software company Upper Hand, invited me to tour their new offices on the third floor of the Morrison Opera Building in downtown Indianapolis. The historic building is home to Hard Rock Cafe, digital marketing firm Raidious, the new downtown Speak Easy, and now a unique sporting themed

Scott McCorkle’s five tenets of modern software

“Everyone knows Scott McCorkle,” said Eric Prugh, Co-Founder and COO of PactSafe, as he introduced the start of Indy Executive Roundtable, a conversation and discussion event hosted by PactSafe on September 8, 2016. Prugh and McCorkle go way back to their days together at ExactTarget. Prugh got his start at ExactTarget in 2008 and stayed

Fast-growing MOBI to add more than 500 jobs by 2020

Fast-growing managed mobility services (MMS) company MOBI just announced plans to create up to 521 new jobs by 2020. Founded in 2009, the Indiana-based company is experiencing growing demand for its software that centralizes the management of mobile devices, increasing both recurring revenue by 67.8 percent and devices under management by 41 percent in 2015. MOBI will

Nonstop flights to Seattle fuel Indy tech growth

First it was Los Angeles, then it was San Francisco in 2014, and now – Seattle. The latest news of nonstop flights from Indianapolis to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport via Alaska Airlines adds fuel to the already bustling engines that propel Indy’s business community. Thanks to dedicated efforts from the Indianapolis Airport Authority and community

Pondurance is adding its name to the Indianapolis skyline

Just this week Gartner Inc. analysts announced that worldwide information security spending will increase 7.9 percent, reaching $81.6 billion by the end of the year, with security consulting and outsourcing capturing the largest shares of growth. Despite the increased security spending, high-profile data breaches keep happening in already highly regulated sectors like healthcare, financial services

Octiv is defining a complex and fragmented industry

The Indianapolis-based sales productivity software maker formerly known as TinderBox made a splash with its new brand name, Octiv, a couple weeks ago. Governor Pence even highlighted the tech company’s impressive growth in one of the largest job creation announcements of the year so far. It’s the “why” behind these major announcements and vision for