3 Questions: Demystifying Technology Exits with John McDonald

This is a follow-up piece to Demystifying Venture Capital in our “3 Questions” series contributed by subject matter experts throughout the tech community in Indiana. This series takes complex tech topics and explains them in easy-to-understand ways without the dense jargon so every reader can learn a little bit more about our industry. So, you’ve […]

Baker Hill approaches five years of independence with industry recognition, new partnership and new CRO

Following three years of intense development and with new solutions in the market, Baker Hill has once again proven why it’s very name is synonymous with banking software that meets the end-to-end needs of a financial institution. During  the past six months, the company has received a top industry award from Aite Group for its […]

The third life and inexhaustibility of banking software forerunner Baker Hill

The company’s solutions have been so disruptive and gained such affinity among bankers that the “Baker Hill” brand name has become synonymous or interchangeable with “banking software," setting up the company with a strong foundation for the future.

Two legacy Indiana tech companies acquired by private equity firms

Two of Indiana’s earliest software companies — companies that blazed tech trails and attracted and nurtured some of the state’s very first tech talent — have both been acquired by private equity firms. Carmel, Ind.-based loan-origination and portfolio-management software company Baker Hill was sold by former acquirer Experian for $100 million to The Riverside Co., a […]