Featured Company of the Week News

Counterpart — A brand new name for software development 25 years in the making

Counterpart is a custom software solutions company that takes its name to heart. They don’t build extravagant enterprise applications when a client needs something much more streamlined, and they refer about a million dollars worth of work to other local businesses every year because they care more about “fit” than financials. Relationships and the work

Virtusa named "Most Innovative Technology Company of the Year”

Virtusa stakes its claim as the leader in innovation-as-a-service

Technological advances like artificial intelligence, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, serverless and microservices architectures, and even trendy blockchain are changing the way we do business dramatically and forever. The world is smaller and more accessible and the same time more complex with an accelerated pace of change difficult to manage. It’s a daunting task

OurHealth on a mission to save employers $1 billion

I have one of the coolest jobs-in-tech in Indiana. Every week I get to meet with and write about the people, products and companies that are disrupting industries, revolutionizing the way we do things and changing lives. Recently I sat down with OurHealth leaders Jeff Wells (president & co-founder), Sherry Slick (CIO), and Chad Ashcraft

DoubleMap – culture built on trust, transparency and putting people first

If you keep up with awards programs and “fastest growing” lists, then you’ve heard of the transit technology scale-up company DoubleMap. They provide software that enhances the rider experience and improves operational efficiency  of transit systems at 150+ universities, municipalities, corporations, events, and airports worldwide, and their list of accrued honors is impressive. DoubleMap grew

How SmarterHQ has become the leader in behavioral marketing

SmarterHQ lives in a market that is growing faster than anything we’ve seen recently in economic terms. We’re talking smartphone adoption fast (but faster1), with triple-digit spending growth over the next three years in marketing analytics — quantitative data about customer behavior and marketplace activities. Beyond just capturing the data, SmarterHQ’s intelligent behavioral marketing platform

Healthcare CRM hc1.com collecting awards, growth and momentum

When we last wrote about hc1.com a year ago, the leading cloud-based healthcare relationship management software company was focused on explaining the value of healthcare CRM (customer relationship management) in a post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) healthcare marketplace. As the company that literally coined the phrase and invented the first healthcare relationship management platform, it’s a

Plymouth Ventures invests millions in Indy-based Kinney Group

Cloud solutions integrator Kinney Group, Inc. is getting a multi-million dollar infusion of capital in a growth financing round led by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Plymouth Ventures. Kinney Group counts Global 2000 public companies, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations among its clients, including being a leading integration partner for next-generation platform providers like Splunk,

Liquid expectations and microservices drive culture of innovation at Interactive Intelligence

Interactive Intelligence founder Don Brown is unassuming and fairly soft-spoken for an entrepreneur, except when you get him talking about technology — particularly those innovations developed by the company he founded that recently entered into a merger agreement to be acquired by Genesys for $1.4 billion. He often refers to the company’s customer engagement solutions as

Behind the scenes, Healthx is making healthcare easier for everyone

Health insurance companies and other healthcare payer organizations are going to spend nearly $550 million this year on technologies that help them compete in a changing marketplace — a marketplace that is finally becoming more consumer centric due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and new regulatory requirements. Indianapolis-based software developer Healthx is poised to capture

Some of the world’s biggest brands use inSourceCode behind the scenes

Digital agencies like Indianapolis-based inSourceCode rarely get the spotlight. Most digital agencies place the emphasis on their clients and accept behind-the-scenes accolades for their extraordinary behind-the-scenes work. Even if you’ve never heard of inSourceCode, you’re probably familiar with enterprise-level WordPress development and digital marketing they’ve done on the national stage for major media platforms including

Rook Security grows 2000+ percent, defines security landscape

Since Rook Security relocated from Silicon Valley to Indianapolis in 2010, the global IT security company has grown an astonishing 2,100 percent and now employs 55 people at its downtown and Carmel offices. Rook has doubled or nearly doubled its revenue every year in Indy, finally slowing to double-digit growth last year as the company