Tech firm Formstack LLC is moving from Indianapolis to Fishers’ Nickel Plate District, the company announced Tuesday morning.
The company began moving from its current location in Castleton on Feb. 1 to the Four Day Ray Brewing building at the southwest corner of Lantern Road and North Street.
Formstack plans to occupy 8,000 square feet of space on the top floor. The company currently occupies about 6,500 square feet at 8604 Allisonville Road in Indianapolis.
“The city of Fishers shares the same spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation we hold dearly at Formstack,” Formstack CEO Chris Byers said in written comments. “Our move to Fishers is a reinvestment and recommitment to the growing tech ecosystem in central Indiana.”
Formstack was founded by Ade Olonoh in February 2006 to provide users with a simple online data-capture product. The company helps customers build online forms and automate their work flow.
Led by Byers since 2010, Formstack has launched dozens of new products and has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Formstack was also recognized by IBJ in 2018 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the Indianapolis area.
Miranda Nicholson, vice president of human resources at Formstack, said the move gives the company space to grow its Indianapolis operations. Currently, the Indy office employs 30, and the move to Fishers will provide space for an additional 30 to be hired.
Formstack declined to disclose financial details about the move.
The announcement follows Formstack’s acquisition of Toronto-based QuickTapSurvey in 2018 and Fast Forms in 2017.