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Kinney Group is a cloud solutions integrator harnessing the power of IT in the cloud to improve lives.
Automation is in Kinney Group’s DNA, enabling the company to integrate the most advanced security, analytics, and infrastructure technologies as an optimized solution powering IT-driven business processes in the cloud for federal agencies and Fortune 1000 companies. How we do it:
INFRASTRUCTURE – we design and build secure cloud computing frameworks as strategic assets. We achieve new levels of scalability and security by transcending traditional, hardware-based approaches with the software defined data center.
ANALYTICS – Kinney Group derives insights by leveraging machine data in real-time. This empowers organizations to creatively scrutinize all their data in an automated, continuous, and contextual way to maximize opportunities.
SECURITY – we are an elite team with a unique combination of credentials for strict security environments. Kinney Group meticulously hardens, tests, and troubleshoots everywhere.
AUTOMATION and ORCHESTRATION – both are in our DNA because they unleash unprecedented IT optimization and eliminate complexity. As for the art of orchestration: our engineers create the “symphony” in the cloud by strategically using multiple automations together.
Kinney Group NewsUPDATE
TechPoint, the organization dedicated to growing Indiana’s tech ecosystem, held its annual Mira Awards gala in front of a packed house on Saturday. Meant to recognize the success and innovation of the state’s tech companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and other leaders, the Miras have been awarded for the past 18 years. From the 180 nominating applications
Plymouth Growth Partners has invested over $10 million in Indiana tech companies, including $5.75 million in 2016 TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, has announced that Plymouth Growth Partners and Plymouth Partner Jeff Barry will be recognized as Investor of the Year during the 18th annual TechPoint Mira Awards on April 29, at
2016 proved to be another standout year for investments in Indiana technology companies with a total of 23 deals at a combined fundraise amount of $51.51 million, equating to an average deal size of $2.2 million. According to the PricewaterhouseCoopers/CB Insights report, Q1 2017 venture investment in Indiana companies totaled $27 million through 11 deals.
Indianapolis-based Kinney Group Inc. has announced a round of funding it says will more than double the cloud technology company’s footprint by 2019. The investment from Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures and Michigan’s Plymouth Ventures totals $6 million. Chief Executive Officer and Founder Jim Kinney tells Inside INdiana Business customers are joining a “cloud-first movement” that makes
Indianapolis-based Kinney Group raised $6 million in equity funding, the company announced Tuesday, a cash infusion that the company plans to use to boost headcount and expand its office space. The funding came from two investors—Michigan-based Plymouth Ventures and Indianapolis-based Elevate Ventures—over the past five months, marking the first venture capital haul in the firm’s
Kinney Group, Inc., a cloud solutions integrator serving the Global Fortune 2000, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations, announced today that it secured investment from Elevate Ventures. The participation from Elevate Ventures rounds out Kinney Group’s Series A growth funding raise when paired with the investment from Plymouth Ventures last fall, bringing the
TechPoint, the industry-led non-profit organization supporting Indiana’s tech ecosystem, has announced the nominees for the 18th annual Mira Awards, which celebrate the state’s most promising technology companies. This year, 50 independent judges combed through 180 applications to choose the nominees for awards honoring the sector’s best people, products, and companies. Later this month, all nominees
High-growth Indiana companies captured nearly $80 million on 31 venture capital deals in 2016, according to a new report—reaching a 16-year-high for deal activity that underscores Indiana’s growing variety of companies ripe for venture investments. Local and national investors deployed $77.2 million to Hoosier firms in 2016, according to The PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree Report released
Each week, TechPoint shares news and stories that highlight Indiana tech companies and the people who start, build and support them. In 2016, we shared 229 local and national media stories to our Latest in Tech feed and published 196 original stories to our website, proving that our community is innovating, developing and building a lot worth
Indiana has become a hotbed of venture-backed startups developing technology to make businesses run smoother, whether that’s a social network for blue collar workers, or an automated training tool, or cloud optimization software. Last week, cloud software integrator Kinney Group, another Indianapolis-based startup working to improve business processes, announced it had raised a “multi-million growth
Internships are becoming increasingly important and often required for college students in nearly all degree programs. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, sixty-five percent of bachelor’s degree graduates from the Class of 2015 participated in an internship, the highest percentage recorded since data started being collected in 2007. Due to the increased interest
Indiana technology companies continued to scale during the third quarter of 2016. Our Featured Company of the Week profiles highlight an exciting roster of innovations, announcements and growth amongst rapidly emerging companies. The biggest headline went to Interactive Intelligence and the announcement of their pending acquisition by Genesys, a customer experience and contact center solutions company,
Cloud solutions integrator Kinney Group, Inc. is getting a multi-million dollar infusion of capital in a growth financing round led by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Plymouth Ventures. Kinney Group counts Global 2000 public companies, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations among its clients, including being a leading integration partner for next-generation platform providers like Splunk,
After graduating from Ball State University with a double major in organizational communication and political science, Evansville, Indiana-born and raised Amy Oviedo moved to Chicago on a whim to start her career in the same city where one of her sisters lived. She was working as a benefits administrator for a company called TruServ, the
Ah, the cloud. It’s talked about in simplistic terms that make it seem like such an easy decision for organizations to make the migration themselves. However, in reality the migration is actually more of a true business transformation. Extraordinary growth in cloud services have compounded the complexity and confusion of software stacks and the associated