Quality Management Software maker Greenlight Guru takes pride in doing the hard things

Greenlight Guru, the only quality management software (QMS) designed specifically for the medical device industry, seems bent on being the kind of company that makes headlines and becomes a household…

A bold pivot helped One Click start a whole new growth trajectory

One Click took big risks that paid off following tectonic shifts in search engine optimization (SEO) that spelled disaster for many dot com retailers five to six years ago. Those bold moves set the "w…

Lumavate is ushering in a new era of mobile from Indy

Having already earned a reputation in the market as a “disruptor” for several global brands, including a Fortune 100 company, Lumavate expects to be the dominant enterprise platform for PWAs as th…

New headquarters helps Innovatemap be Innovatemap, which benefits clients and the community too

Cool and interesting spaces have become all the rage among tech companies in Indy, but there’s a lot more to this story.…

SpeechVive helps people with Parkinson’s regain their voice and reconnect

The pair founded a company together called SpeechVive that would go on to change the lives of people with Parkinson’s disease as well as the lives of the people who love and care for them.…

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…

DeveloperTown brings startup-style innovation to ‘non-tech,’ established companies

As news of Indiana’s tech boom reaches a fever pitch, there’s a hidden effect that’s gone almost completely unnoticed. Many Indiana companies, even the largest and farthest from the tech scene, …

Good timing and a purpose-built platform are driving Bolstra’s success

Fast-growing customer success platform company Bolstra announced last month that it closed a $1.5 million seed funding round and that software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry veteran Steve Ehrlich joined…