Public-sector powerhouse Brite Systems is ready to make its mark on the commercial world

Even though his college degree is in mechanical engineering, Jay Fernando taught himself how to code with the help of a few friends and, in 1999, he landed a software engineering job 8,000 miles away in Central Indiana. He married Leena Victoria (an electrical engineer and computer programmer by trade), and she, too, found success […]

Q&A with US Senators Braun, Young Re: COVID-19 Relief and Re-opening the State Economy

Nearly 90 tech executives took part in a call Tuesday with U.S. Senators Mike Braun and Todd Young designed to help them get direct answers about federal COVID-19 relief programs. Organized by TechPoint, the gathering is part of the organization’s ongoing effort to help the Indiana tech sector successfully navigate through the pandemic and to […]

Red Cross asks tech community to help share #DoingMyPart campaign

Everyone has a role to play in flattening the curve of COVID-19, which has halted daily routines, upended the economy, and taken thousands of lives. Yet, it is possible there are people who do not know their role, or do not know that there is a pandemic. “If you don’t have access to the Internet […]

How Financial Institutions Can Navigate the CARES Act & Paycheck Protection Program

When the CARES Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020, it brought with it a $350 billion paycheck protection program (PPP) aimed at helping U.S. small businesses recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses were able to begin accessing PPP loans through all existing SBA lenders and other participating financial […]