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Tech firms dominate highest-paying companies list

Once again, technology companies and consultancies have taken the top spots in the latest list of employers with the highest median compensation in the United States. While familiar names, including Facebook Inc., Google parent Alphabet Inc., and LinkedIn Corp., can be found on Glassdoor’s annual survey, some lesser-known companies have landed on the honor roll

Salesforce spends $6M to help close wage gap

Salesforce spent about $3 million this weekend to help close gender and racial wage gaps among its employees, the second consecutive year the cloud computing giant has made such a move. The company, whose name will soon adorn Indianapolis’ tallest building, planned to formally make the announcement today on “Equal Pay Day.” Read full story here.

#IoTCivicHack brings industries ripe for IoT innovation to forefront

Can the Internet of Things (IoT) lead the future of Indiana’s economy? That’s the question that hundreds of technology experts will tackle next month at the 2017 IoT Civic Hackathon produced by AT&T’s Developer Program. Indiana has made it known that we are emerging as a tech hub (even The New York Times says so),

Salesforce unveils sign design for namesake tower Inc. on Tuesday filed permit drawings with the city of Indianapolis for its Salesforce Tower signage—finally giving an image to the vision the company set last May when it said it would assume naming rights on the state’s tallest building. Salesforce submitted the renderings to the city’s Department of Metropolitan Development for approval. Read

Tech companies make Indiana Chamber 2017 Best Places to Work list

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has named the 100 companies that made the prestigious Best Places to Work list in 2017. The Best Companies Group, an independent research firm, manages the annual survey competition to determine which participants are the best employers. A two part process starts with an employer benefits and policies questionnaire completed

Nominees Announced for 18th Annual TechPoint Mira Awards

Honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’ From 180 applications, independent judging panels selected 90 companies, schools, organizations and individuals to advance as Mira Award Nominees Winners will be announced during a black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, April 29, at The Westin Indianapolis TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, has announced the

Growing tech companies owned and led by women

One of the best ways to learn about how to build a tech company is to try and build one yourself. I tried that in 2012. I was looking for people who shared my values, interests and curiosities. I thought it would be fun to build a platform that would serendipitously introduce you to interesting

The New York Times recognizes Indianapolis tech growth

It’s not every day that The New York Times publishes an article in their Square Feet section highlighting the Indianapolis tech community. Miranda Spivack, an award-winning journalist who is serving as a 2016-17 Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, penned the article after hearing over and over again

How Indianapolis Is Luring Tech Talent

When Ashley Zegiestowsky, a computer sciences major at Butler University, was hunting for a technology job during her senior year, she took a close look at Silicon Valley, the promised land for young engineers eager to be part of the next big thing. “It sounded really glamorous,” said Ms. Zegiestowsky, 22, who is from Nashville.

Indy Touts Job Growth in 2016

The economic development division of the Indy Chamber is joining the city of Indianapolis in celebrating the creation and retention of jobs in 2016. The annual report from Develop Indy says 49 companies announced relocation or expansion projects in Indianapolis last year, leading to about 4,500 new jobs and keeping another 6,800 in the city. The

Salesforce exhibit for kids opens at Junior Achievement of Central Indiana

A new exhibit at Junior Achievement of Central Indiana spotlights Indy-based Salesforce. A Junior Achievement BizTown experience opened Monday to show kids what it’s like to work at Salesforce, a software company with over 1,000 employees in the Indianapolis area and more than 20,000 employees worldwide. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to unveil the

Biggest Tech Announcements and Trends of 2016

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

Salesforce makes ‘Best Places to Work’ list

Major Indianapolis employer Inc. has landed on a new list of the best places to work in the U.S. Glassdoor, a job listing and recruiting website, lists Salesforce at No. 17 on its 2017 Employees’ Choice “50 Best Places to Work” list. Read full story here.

Salesforce Tower Rebranding ‘Coming Soon’

Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Angela Smith Jones says the timeline for rebranding the downtown Chase Tower to Salesforce Tower is “pure engineering at this stage in the game.” She says designers are trying to figure out how large of a logo the tower can structurally support. Smith Jones also says the EmployIndy initiative will help “train up” Indianapolis

Salesforce continues rapid growth as they put their name on Indy skyline

It won’t be long before the name changes at the top of Indiana’s tallest building. The name “Salesforce” will replace “Chase” at the top of the 50-story building. It’s the latest sign of how downtown Indianapolis is shifting to a technology-based workforce. Read full story here.

IBJ and TechPoint Honor Top CTOs

Chief technology officers are instrumental in helping companies, not-for-profits and government organizations advance and innovate. IBJ and TechPoint’s second annual CTO of the Year program honors the men and women who develop the technology strategies and systems that power their enterprises, serve their customers and fuel growth. Go to Full Story

Indianapolis is the place for new grads to make a splash

“I am am always blown away by the level of collaboration that the Indy tech community gives each other,” Ryan Green said. “I’ve come to learn that the reason the tech community here is so supportive is because they’ve all had to overcome struggles together, the resources that are here are shared generously, and we

‘Hoosier Hospitality’ is a viable alternative to Silicon Valley

The Indianapolis we have all come to know and love was once a well-kept secret treasure, but it’s a secret no more as we continue getting national accolades and gaining an impressive reputation as a national tech hub and destination for ambitious new grads. Indianapolis has been ranked: 2nd among ‘Cities Secretly Great for Tech Grads‘

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

Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle Named ‘Trailblazer in Technology’

TechPoint recognized Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle as Indiana’s 2016 Trailblazer in Technology during the 17th annual TechPoint Mira Awards on Saturday. The Mira Awards presented by Angie’s List, Interactive Intelligence, and Salesforce, recognize and celebrate the best of tech in Indiana each year. The TechPoint Trailblazer in Technology Award recognizes visionaries whose contributions

Salesforce CIO likes Indy tech talent, creates 20 new IT positions

More than 1,000 people work at Salesforce in Indianapolis, making them one of the largest tech employers in the city. So at first blush it might not seem like such a big deal that 20 new jobs have been created here. However, these new jobs are IT jobs instead of marketing cloud jobs like most

Gen Con draws top tech talent to The Circle City

Forty-eight stories above downtown Indianapolis, held at the height of Gen Con, TechPoint seized on the opportunity to draw in some of the world’s top tech talent and introduce them to the Indy tech community. TechPoint’s League of Xtraordinary Programmers (LXP) event drew more than 200 tech builders and software developers from 21 states. Salesforce,

Xtern: The Ultimate Tech Internship Experience

2015: 108 students, 36 host companies, one awesome summer The TechPoint team, as part of its Talent Attraction & Development Initiative, has spent the last 16 months building “the ultimate tech summer internship experience”, called the Xtern program. Over two summer internship sessions the Xtern program has recruited, housed, and immersed in the city 158 students from 22

Your next tech job starts here.

Software developer jobs  — the most in-demand tech jobs in the Greater Indianapolis area — are projected to grow 22 percent by 2022, much faster than the average for all other occupations according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In fact, TechPoint’s recent workforce study confirmed that computer-related jobs, which includes all kinds of tech

ExactTarget Marketing Cloud puts customer on pedestal at Connections 14 digital marketing conference

ExactTarget Marketing Cloud’s Connections digital marketing conference gets bigger and better every year. So much bigger and better that the whole event had to be moved to the Indiana Convention Center this year for Connections 2014. Keynotes and entertainment from, The Script, and Mindy Kaling, and 100+ breakout sessions were all kicked off with an opening

Anna Saraceno: from St. Louis to Indiana

Anna Saraceno learned to love Indianapolis, just like she learned to love tech. She was attracted to Indiana University in Bloomington from St. Louis by the strong foreign language program, intending to study Spanish but eventually shifting her focus to public health. Of her first thoughts of Bloomington when she arrived as a freshman, Anna

By way of IndyXmas, Austin Stoltzfus joins the ExactTarget team as a UX developer

From Pennsylvania Amish country to Upland, Indiana to Florida to Turkey to Indianapolis (and lots of places in between), Austin Stoltzfus developed a love for computer science, stories (and the people who tell them) and true entrepreneurial spirit. After he graduated from Taylor University in 2013 with a  degree in Computer Science – New Media/Systems,

Navidar Review of ExactTarget Acquisition by Reveals Courage, Limitless Potential for Community

Navidar Review of’s Acquisition of ExactTarget from TechPointInd Last quarter, Indiana experienced a watershed event that will forever mark time in the history of Hoosier business. The acquisition of ExactTarget by will be viewed as the genesis of a new era in the tech sector, much like the IBM acquisition of Software Artistry has been referred to as the starting point

Reasons to Celebrate The ExactTarget Acquisition

AS SEEN ON PERSPECTIVES By Mike Langellier – President and CEO, TechPoint – Indiana’s Technology Growth Initiative purchased Indianapolis-based cloud marketing platform ExactTarget for $2.5 billion this week. On its face, we are losing an important Indianapolis headquarters, which begets speculation about the impact on local jobs or real estate. Before we presuppose