Founded in 2003, the center focused on stimulating high-tech deal flow and connecting entrepreneurial people. Eifert said it helped more than 100 local companies, 40 of which found investors.
The center also linked hundreds of university students and faculty members with startups to help with projects. Its offices are on the north side of downtown at 902 North Capitol Ave.
Eifert said the need for services has waned because other groups, such as the TechPoint technology promotion group, BioCrossroads life sciences initiative, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. and the angel investors' network HALO Group have emerged during the last five years to serve entrepreneurs.