Software News

Two legacy Indiana tech companies acquired by private equity firms

Two of Indiana’s earliest software companies — companies that blazed tech trails and attracted and nurtured some of the state’s very first tech talent — have both been acquired by private equity firms. Carmel, Ind.-based loan-origination and portfolio-management software company Baker Hill was sold by former acquirer Experian for $100 million to The Riverside Co., a

Everybody’s talking about High Alpha

The big news in tech last week (and I’m sure in weeks to come) for Indianapolis was High Alpha. Four well-known Indy entrepreneurs — Scott Dorsey, Mike Fitzgerald, Eric Tobias, and Kristian Andersen — all banded together with venture capital firms from the East and West Coasts and the Midwest, as well as strategic angel investors,

Indy’s DoubleMap makes Inc. 30 Under 30 World’s Coolest Young Entrepreneurs list

Inc. magazine has a habit of picking startup winners as part of their annual “30 Under 30 World’s Coolest Young Entrepreneurs” list. Santiago Jaramillo and his Fishers, Ind.-based mobile apps company Bluebridge made the list before announcing $2.8 million in investments and major expansion plans, including a new headquarters and up to 199 new jobs.