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Quiz: How well do you know Indy tech?

Do you work at a tech company in Indiana, or know someone who does? Maybe you are curious about the different types of tech companies in our region and how they make an impact nationwide. Take our 10-question multiple choice Indy Tech Quiz to quickly find out how much you know (or don’t know) about

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

Announcing Salesforce Tower Indianapolis

Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM company, today announced it will invest more than $40 million over the next 10 years to expand its regional headquarters in Indianapolis. As part of the new investment, Salesforce plans to add 800 new jobs over the next five years. The company also announced it will

First Internet Bank wins Tech-enabled Company of the Year Mira Award

First Internet Bank received the Tech-Enabled Company of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 17th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. From its headquarters in Central Indiana, First Internet Bank has stood at the forefront of a worldwide revolution to change the face of banking. Using technology to modernize the delivery channel of

IndyStar’s Top Workplaces 2016 recognizes Indianapolis technology companies

Several Indianapolis technology companies received recognition from the Indianapolis Star’s Top Workplaces for 2016 survey. A total of 90 companies received recognition this year, up five from the previous year. PERQ is an engagement technology company providing solutions that connect consumers to brands. They combine their engagement technology and advertising services to help businesses motivate consumers through promotions;

Indiana’s technology companies close first quarter with big venture funding deals

Several Indiana technology companies closed funding rounds at the end of Q1 2016 with seed funding, venture funding, and individual investments. Learning automation software company Lesson.ly closed their Series A round at the end of March with $5 million raised from Allos Ventures, High Alpha and OpenView Venture Partners. Lesson.ly’s initial $1.1 million in seed funding

First Quarter Recap: Catch up on ‘Featured Company of the Week’ stories

As we close the books on the first quarter of 2016, we reflect on the many “Featured Company of the Week” stories we’ve published and see what trends they highlight happening in the tech community. These startups and scale-ups are rapidly emerging, innovation-driven companies that could be Indiana’s next big success stories. Several of our featured

Kick-Start CoderDojo for Indiana Kids!

Together with the presenting sponsors of the Mira Awards and BidPal, TechPoint Foundation for Youth hopes to raise $60,000 at the Mira Awards gala on April 23, to introduce students throughout Indiana to the world of computer science. Double your donation dollars at Mira! If everyone at Mira gave $30, which will be matched by