Indy software company plans to add 355 jobs

An Indianapolis software company aimed at simplifying the lives of business owners and entrepreneurs plans to expand its operations and add 355 jobs by 2025.

Kennected, based at 201 S. Capitol Ave., announced Monday it plans to invest more than $2 million in its expanding operations with the release of an integrated suite of business lead generation software known as K-Suite. The company says the approach is modeled after Google Workspace (former G-Suite), an interconnected group of collaboration tools.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. is offering Kennected $4.25 million in tax credits if it meets its job creation goals.

The company says it is looking at space for a second location south of downtown to accommodate its growing workforce. It is seeking applicants for positions in sales, customer service, accounting, human resources and management.

Kennected is a software-as-a-service (Saas) company that was founded in 2o18 by Devin Johnson, Cody Harvey, Elliot Drake, Stephen Twomey and Brandon Poplstein. It currently has 107 employees nationally and internationally, including 40 in Indiana.

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