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Appirio is a global services company that helps customers compete and win in the cloud.
Appirio is a global services company that helps customers compete and win in the cloud economy. As the leader in enterprise crowdsourcing, we deliver unmatched customer value by combining the world’s top talent with a unique cloud services platform. Our platform harnesses the power of one of the world’s largest crowdsourcing communities, thousands of ready to deploy assets, and leading cloud, industry and technical experts, to help our customers drive competitive advantage. Appirio is a trusted partner to some of the world’s largest brands, including Cardinal Health, Coca-Cola, eBay, Facebook, Georgia-Pacific, Home Depot, Moen, and Sony PlayStation.
- Tech Company of the Year (2016 )
When most people think of the hottest areas for the tech sector, Indianapolis probably doesn’t immediately come to mind. But in recent years, the metro area has landed thousands of new tech jobs and its digital service sector is among the fastest-growing in the nation, nearly doubling in size since 2010. Late last year, Salesforce
Cloud services provider Appirio relocated its headquarters from San Francisco to Indianapolis in 2015, celebrated 10 years as a cutting-edge, fast-growing company in 2016, and finished out the year getting acquired by India-based Wipro for $500 million in November. Over just a handful of years, Appirio locally grew from a small group of Indianapolis-based remote workers
Executives from Appirio say growth in Indianapolis will continue with the support of the technology company’s new Indian owners. The cloud services provider, which relocated its headquarters from San Francisco in 2015 and was acquired by Wipro in November for $500 million, currently employs more than 150 in Indianapolis and is targeting a headcount of
The Indianapolis tech scene experienced some high-profile M&A activity this past year — including the sales of Interactive Intelligence and T2 Systems — and the $500 million acquisition of global cloud services consultancy Appirio by India-based Wipro certainly belongs on that list. The big question that arises with any acquisition is how will it impact
There’s no doubt that 2016 had its fair share of big news stories, perhaps more than its fair share. The tech community, too, made some big splashes and brought the fast-growing sector to the forefront a number of times. Here are some of the stories that stood out this year. Real Estate Announcing Salesforce Tower
Paula Romero’s career path to the Indy Tech Fellowship has been nothing if not eventful. Paula was born in Maracay, Venezuela and moved to A Estrada, Spain when she was 11. At 16, she came to Indiana as a foreign exchange student, and at 18, she moved to Indiana for college. Beginning her college career
It has something to do with Salesforce.com and Workday, among other business apps. Wipro, a Bangalore-based IT services power with global reach, is buying Appirio for $500 million to raise its profile in business software services. Ten-year old Appirio made its name helping business customers set up and run popular online applications—first from Salesforce and
Appirio recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary and I’d like to look back at how far we’ve come and how much we’ve accomplished since those early days in 2006. Appirio launched as a corporation when four friends and colleagues decided to bet everything on an idea that a fundamental shift in enterprise computing was beginning
Global cloud services provider Appirio received the Tech Company of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 17th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. Though Appirio has been in the Indianapolis market since 2012, the company announced in August 2015 the designation of the Indianapolis office — the second largest of Appirio’s global
High Alpha, an Indianapolis-based venture studio, announced today that it has entered a strategic partnership with Appirio, a leading global cloud services company. The agreement provides High Alpha with the ability to uniquely leverage Appirio’s deep services capabilities, cloud expertise, and Topcoder crowdsourcing community in order to help speed the development of next-generation enterprise cloud
During just the past 60 days, nine Indiana tech companies and tech-enabled companies have announced plans to invest more than $71 million in this state and create up to 1,546 new computer-related jobs. The largest deal in terms of the number of jobs is from Appirio, the cloud services provider that has been growing in