Nominees Announced for 20th Anniversary TechPoint Mira Awards Honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’

Independent judging panels selected 109 companies, organizations and individuals to advance as nominees for the 2019 Mira Awards.

PERQ Marketing Cloud bridges the digital gap for big ticket transactions

Indianapolis-based PERQ has launched the PERQ Marketing Cloud, which is the first product of its kind targeting the roughly $100 billion “considered purchase” market.

Executives and developers from big Indy tech exits are back together at Bolstra

Dating all the way back to 1995 for some of them, several high-level executives and software developers who worked together at some of Indy’s largest and earliest successful tech exits have joined forces at the fast-growing scale-up company Bolstra, which is a business-to-business customer success management platform.

Small companies, big impacts: why you should apply for a Mira Award

There are plenty of great stories from the past posted on TechPoint Index about the impact of winning a Mira Award—but until it happens to you, you might not think it's possible, especially if your business is a small business just getting off the ground.

Winning a Mira Award brought WorkHere new investment, new customers

When your team includes people who have already invented their way into the history books for creating your industry and revolutionizing the way people look for a job, chances are you’re company’s going to be known for innovation. That’s the case with WorkHere, a recruitment and workforce development platform that won the “Best of Tech” […]

Cummins CIO: Diversity and inclusion require focus and a plan

If Indiana tech companies are going to avoid the highly publicized negative trends of homogenized Silicon Valley firms, they are actually going to have to talk about diversity and inclusion. Regular workplace discussions about diversity and inclusion are a necessary part of the solution.

DMI Indianapolis division will double in size and hire up to 180 people in Indy

Currently with 300 employees, 3,000 client apps and countless large enterprise applications, the Indianapolis division of DMI, Inc. (formerly Allegient), is planning to double in size by the end of 2019.

KAR Auction Services is hiring and innovating before moving to new campus

With more than 17,500 employees working at more than 20 brands and nearly 1,600 at locations in Indianapolis, Plainfield, Fort Wayne and South Bend, KAR Auction Services is continuing to grow and hire.