DemandJump creates “Alec Baldwin Tool” and predicts the end of weak leads
More than 14 million Americans work in sales positions. When their success rates falter, they often blame the strength of the leads sent to them by the company’s marketing department. Marketing (also in trouble for weak performance) blames Sales. Much finger-pointing ensues. There may be no better display of this love-hate departmental relationship than the […]
VC Report: Q2 2018 investments in Indiana technology companies
During the second quarter of 2018, there were six publicly announced capital raises by Indiana tech companies with a combined total of over $18 million in funding. There were also six acquisitions of Indiana tech companies by out-of-state companies, while two Indiana tech companies were on the acquiring end of these transactions.
DemandJump raises $6 million, stakes its claim as customer acquisition disruptor
DemandJump’s recent announcement of a $6 million Series A round is more fuel for the company and its product that have been undergoing tremendous growth in a short amount of time. The oversubscribed raise will help prepare DemandJump to bring on more tech talent and innovate in new ways. With growing headcount and capital, DemandJump […]
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.
120WaterAudit wins Indy’s first Rise of the Rest
Hundreds of people representing all facets of our Indiana tech community gathered at The Union 525 on Thursday, October 12 to see the Rise of the Rest tour with AOL founder Steve Case. Of the 10 startup pitches, only one could be the winner – and that was 120WaterAudit. Megan Glover, co-founder and CEO of […]
DemandJump’s Traffic Cloud is a ‘category killer’
Before the internet, marketing used to be a pretty straightforward discipline based on location. In fact, the popular real estate mantra of “location, location, location” applied to marketing as well — retailers built stores near populations who were interested in buying their products. Everything changed when the Internet came along, and the location-based approach gave […]