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 […]
ClearObject casts broader IoT net from its Fishers shore
In one of the first major capital announcements of 2019, ClearObject was acquired by two equity firms this month. We talked with CEO John McDonald about this acquisition and what plans ClearObject has as it takes this big leap forward.
Indiana IoT Lab opens in Fishers
Just over a year ago our community celebrated the announcement of the Indiana IoT Lab, a new space to be opened in Fishers that would give technology companies a place to experiment with devices related to the internet of things. The union of hardware and the internet would enable new ways of interaction with the […]
Indiana leans into exempting SaaS sales tax
While Indiana saw a short legislative session at the beginning of 2018, the state ended with a big victory for tech companies looking for clarity on the software-as-a-service (SaaS) tax policy.
Tech Community Participation is Essential to Indiana’s Legislative Process
As daily news increasingly includes updates from this year’s legislative session at the Statehouse, we are reminded that laws are best created by the people they will impact. Those working in Indiana’s tech community have an obligation to actively participate in the legislative process and to ensure our voices are clearly heard on key legislation around […]
‘The New Crossroads of IoT’ – where Indiana’s backbone meets the Internet of Things
Every conference I’ve attended lately kicks off with thought-provoking ideas or questions that frame the day’s presentations. At IndyIoT on Wednesday, Oct. 25, that meant hearing ClearObject CEO John McDonald list three opinions that really stuck with me: In five to seven years, we’ll have cars that drive us. IoT of tomorrow asks why things […]