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Bluebridge is a leading SaaS company that provides mobile tools to help organizations engage and communicate with their communities.
Bluebridge is a pioneer of mobile technology, offering a scalable software as a service mobile app platform used to build, deploy, and continuously improve mobile apps of many kinds. With an intuitive drag and drop user interface that allows non-technical customers to manage and customize their apps in real time, we solve the problem of delivering fully-featured, affordable native mobile apps to companies who want to engage with their audiences like never before. While the company serves a number of industries, including tourism, church, events/conferences, colleges/universities, and more, Bluebridge is the largest provider of tourism apps in the world and has developed more than 150 apps in the iTunes and Google Play app stores.
- Tech Startup of the Year - Honorable Mention (2014 )
- Tech Rising Star - Bluebridge Founder Santiago Jaramillo (2013 )
- Tech Startup of the Year - Honorable Mention (2013 )
A Fishers tech company is dropping its core businesses to focus exclusively on a product it created last year. Bluebridge Digital Inc. has sold its church and tourism businesses for a combined $8 million, the company announced Wednesday. CEO Santiago Jaramillo built Bluebridge by selling a platform that creates mobile apps for churches and tourism bureaus. Now, the
The third quarter of 2016 saw a spike in the value of Indiana technology funding deals with a national acquisition and high-value raises from capital sources across the U.S. We compiled a list of funding deals announcements to highlight the Indiana technology companies and those that have invested in or acquired them. Mobile app software company Bluebridge
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Since smartphone sales eclipsed personal computers in 2011, entrepreneur Santiago Jaramillo has been obsessed with finding better ways to communicate and engage with people under the mobile-first mantra. He founded a company called Bluebridge, surrounded himself with passionate fellow entrepreneurs, and quickly gained traction as a pioneer of mobile-apps-as-a-service — a flat-fee platform that provides
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