TechPoint is the growth accelerator for Indiana’s tech ecosystem.

Proudly headquartered in Indianapolis, IN.

Cities and states need strong local tech ecosystems.

Tech companies are in a global battle to attract talent. Start-up and scale-up stage companies desperately need resources for growth. Other industries face intense pressure from digital transformation. Universities need connections to tech employers and job opportunities for students. Cities and states need all these entities to secure a prosperous future for their citizens.

We bring together Indiana’s tech companies, philanthropies, government, universities, and talent to create opportunity.

Nonprofit and industry-led, we want to change the world for the better, one great idea at a time. We’re making Indy’s tech ecosystem the strongest among mid-size cities and Indiana’s the strongest among Midwest states.

TALENT
WHAT WE DO

Attract highly-skilled talent.

Our programs connect talent with jobs, internships, and educational programs in tech to accelerate their growth and fill the increasing number of tech jobs in Indiana.

“Xtern helped me be me, and helped me immensely grow professionally and personally.” Gleb Alexeev, Xtern ‘17
COMPANIES
WHAT WE DO

Advance high-potential companies.

We partner with smaller companies in scale-up stage and big companies undergoing digital transformation to connect them with talent, venture capital, customers, promotion, and the community.

EVENTS
WHAT WE DO

Build an engaged, inspired, and informed community.

We connect people, celebrate successes, amplify stories, and nurture a culture of inclusiveness and support.

RESEARCH
WHAT WE DO

Deliver valuable intel and insights.

We conduct research and surface strategies that help better understand and strengthen the tech ecosystem.

Why Indianapolis and Indiana?

With $7 billion in tech company acquisitions and IPOs, the most affordable housing market in the country, and a high production of software jobs, Indianapolis (and Indiana as a whole) is uniquely positioned to grow.

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Capital

Q2 2021 VC Report: Record Rebound!

To call the second quarter of 2021 a rebound for investments in Indiana’s tech ecosystem is an understatement: there has never been a bigger quarter (or even year) for tech investment in Indiana history. That claim is based on a review of TechPoint-collected information on publicly announced investments, which stretches back to 2014, as well […]

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Capital

VIDEO: Greenlight Guru CEO talks about $120 million investment from JMI Equity

Just as summer was officially starting last month, Indianapolis-based Greenlight Guru announced that the fast-growing software scale-up had inked a deal with JMI Equity for the largest single investment ever in an Indiana tech company. Greenlight Guru is known for pioneering a new category of quality management software specifically designed to boost the success of […]

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Talent

How you can play a local role in correcting a global STEM worker shortage

Those of us inside the cozy Indiana tech ecosystem bubble fully understand the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills. We probably expect our children to follow our example and secure the STEM skills they’ll need to succeed in the Digital Age. Outside our bubble, though, too few Hoosiers—and Americans—have the skills needed […]

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Community

All roads lead to Indianapolis as tech community attracts more coastal firms

Tech companies across the globe are rethinking where, how and even if they plan to reopen or establish an office post-pandemic. Online real estate company Zillow Group referred to this decision-making process as the “Great Reshuffling,” but the geographic broadening of the tech sector to include more flexibility for work-from-home and remote work was already […]

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Companies

Industry pioneer Zylo reaches 5-year mark as SaaS management goes mainstream

A little more than five years ago, Eric Christopher, Ryan Carroll, Cory Wheeler and Ben Pippenger took an idea to High Alpha’s new venture studio. They noticed the proliferation of software as a service (SaaS) subscriptions happening at organizations—lots of SaaS applications were being purchased by business units and employees, with seemingly no one keeping […]

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