Stephanie Cox | Lumavate: No-Code and The Democratization of Tech

Behind every major tech headline of acquisitions, expansions, and raises, is a story of how a community supported the individual. And often, a story of how the individual continues to support the community. These are the stories of TechPoint’s The Circuit, a new interview series dedicated to serving up the human stories behind the tech […]

Renaissance Electronic Services is a different kind of software company

With a unique business model and purpose-built culture that appreciates the individual, Renaissance Electronic Services is a different kind of company.

Big lessons to learn from First Internet Bank on its 20th Anniversary

In 1999, David Becker publicly launched First Internet Bank—the first state-chartered FDIC-insured institution to operate solely via the Internet.

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.

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.

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.

Cornerstone Information Systems grows, hires to tame travel tech’s next frontier

When booking your next trip, the time between your travel purchase and receiving the confirmation email is where fast-growing, Bloomington, Ind.-based Cornerstone Information Systems lives and thrives.

Notre Dame IDEA Center helps startups de-risk and take off

In its first 12 months of operation, Notre Dame's IDEA Center launched 27 startups and recently announced a $22 million seed fund for faculty, student, alumni and community startups.