Tech News

Building our tech community’s talent pipeline

You’ve read the headlines — technology companies in Indiana are growing rapidly and talent is in high demand. We heard the distress signal and we answered by providing four unique talent programs in 2016 that brought nearly 200 college students, new grads and career changers to jobs in tech in Indiana. “Indiana’s tech community is

Zylo helps you manage all those software-as-a-service subscriptions

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) isn’t just a hip label used to describe new software technologies. It’s a software licensing and distributing model that has completely changed the way businesses operate in today’s innovative environment. According to Gartner, SaaS subscriptions are expected to grow 20.3% in 2016, equaling a total of $37.7B in market value. Gone are the

Tech firms dominate ‘Indiana Companies to Watch’

Nine of the 14 companies honored last night by the state of Indiana as ‘Companies to Watch’ are tech firms innovating in growing Hoosier industries, including advanced manufacturing, life sciences, logistics and tech. The companies come from across the state representing Elkhart, Hamilton, Marion, Monroe, Posey, Steuben, St. Joseph, Vigo and Whitley counties. WATCH VIDEO and learn

Behind the scenes, Healthx is making healthcare easier for everyone

Health insurance companies and other healthcare payer organizations are going to spend nearly $550 million this year on technologies that help them compete in a changing marketplace — a marketplace that is finally becoming more consumer centric due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and new regulatory requirements. Indianapolis-based software developer Healthx is poised to capture

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