DeveloperTown helps leaders validate, design, and build new products.


DeveloperTown helps leaders validate, design, and build new products.

Over the past 6 years, DeveloperTown has helped more than 200 leaders with new products, ranging from fresh entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies.

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DeveloperTown, Kronos Incorporated and Upper Hand win People’s Choice Mira Awards

Twenty-eight tech companies and organizations submitted applications in the categories of Best Tech Event, Best Tech Space and Best Tech T-Shirt or Swag, for the second-annual People’s Choice Mira Awards. TechPoint created these fun, new public voting categories to recognize aspects of our tech community that are important to company cultures and have a huge

21 Indiana tech companies make Inc. 5000 ‘Fastest Growing’ list

Every year, Inc. magazine ranks “America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies” and this year 21 tech companies based in Indiana made the Inc. 5000 list. Thirteen of the 21 companies are past TechPoint Mira Award nominees and winners, including three top honorees from 2017: Tech Service of the Year: Fizziology Scale-up Company of the Year ($100K-$5M): DoubleMap Scale-up Company of

DeveloperTown has success helping larger firms innovate

DeveloperTown, a software consultancy near Broad Ripple, is starting to look like “DeveloperCity.” The company, which gives most of its workers tiny houses in lieu of desks, had about 20 employees in 2012. Headcount now exceeds 60. Officials think that can grow another 50 percent before DeveloperTown’s 22,000-square-foot hub, formerly a warehouse, runs out of room for

Alexis Fink puts career emphasis on people first

When it comes to choosing a career, Alexis Fink puts the emphasis on people first. Growing up in the suburbs of Carmel, Ind., did not mean that Alexis was automatically going to choose Indiana as a home after graduation. Her computer science degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology would position her to work in our country’s

Indianapolis tech firms seek customer relationships in speed dating

For all the success of Central Indiana’s tech industry, including $7 billion in initial public offerings and acquisitions in the last decade, there’s at least one area where it still falls short. A Kauffman Foundation study last year found that the region lagged behind other parts of the country in relationships between scale-up tech firms