The Chicago-based tech firm, which planned to hire hundreds in Indianapolis and considered moving its headquarters here, has streamlined local operations. Meanwhile, top local exec R.J. Talyor has parted ways with the company.
Salesforce would save about $3 million on the tax exemption, if the City-County Council designates a downtown office tower as a high-tech. The tax break would come on top of major incentives deal already promised by the state.
The beer management software firm said it would be relocating its offices to the new Four Day Ray Brewing facility on the corner of Lantern Road and North Street. It intends to double its local employment to more than 80 over the next two years.