BE BOLD. Enter Indiana’s top tech awards!

TechPoint is accepting applications for the 2020 Mira Awards honoring ‘the best of tech in Indiana.’ Now in its 21st year, the Mira Awards are like Indiana’s Oscars for technology with award categories recognizing the cities, people, products and companies that make our community and state so special. Applications are due January 17th. APPLY NOW. […]

TechPoint opens nominations and applications for 21st Mira Awards honoring the ‘Best of Tech in Indiana’

TechPoint is challenging Hoosiers to “BE BOLD.” and enter the 21st annual Mira Awards, Indiana’s largest, best known and most prestigious technology awards program.

Indy’s biggest day for tech talent grew by 35% and moved to the Convention Center

Sixty-one companies sent representatives from 103 departments to conduct 796 on-site job interviews in a single day.

WGU Indiana jumpstarting Hoosier cybersecurity careers with $50,000 in scholarships

If recent headlines have you kicking yourself for not learning more about cybersecurity before now, you’re not alone. News that the global cybersecurity market will more than double to $300 billion over the next few years is reason enough to take note. Indiana has an oversized role as home to major defense and government software […]

Tech Takes Stock: How much do you really know about poverty?

TechPoint has partnered with the United Way of Central Indiana to co-host 3 poverty simulations at 3 Indy tech companies—and you are encouraged to attend.

Zylo is defining SaaS management market it invented as competitors try to catch up

Zylo, which has earned about a 10% market share to date, still has significant headroom to grow its position, especially since the company invented the SaaS management category upon launching out of the High Alpha venture studio little more than three years ago.

T2 Systems prepares for rapid growth, major hiring to match parking technology convergence

The challenge of bringing order to the curb chaos and managing millions of on- and off-street parking spaces is much more than simple logistics or convenience--its outcomes have a direct impact on the workforce productivity of an area, a campus or an entire city.

Kerauno is moving beyond communications software and changing human interaction

Indy-based Kerauno, which currently employs 50 people and plans to hire 100 more over two years, is already tracking at triple-digit growth for 2019.