Indianapolis-based event-planning website Snappening.com saw traffic surge this weekend, apparently from web browsers looking for nude photos.
It’s now called Salesforce Marketing Cloud. The move underscores changes still under way since Salesforce.com acquired the local firm for $2.5 billion last year.
At HALE Federal Credit Union, don’t expect to get a debit card in the mail after opening an account. Online banking isn’t an option at this Indianapolis-based credit union, and neither are checking accounts. Mobile check deposits? Forget about it. Day “We are so archaic and behind in the times,” Manager Angela Day said, sitting […]
Metronet, an Evansville-based communications service provider, announced Thursday that it has significantly boosted its maximum internet speeds to customers in rural central Indiana, a move that may strengthen its market position against bigger rivals.
Amazon has been developing its own local services marketplace. Yelp is the leading consumer-review service in the retail space. Website Holding company IAC, meanwhile, has a big stash of cash and owns competitor HomeAdvisor.com.
John Reed, 70, one of the state’s leading experts in bank mergers and acquisitions, starts a new job Monday with City Securities Corp. after 23 years with the local office of Chicago-based David A. Noyes & Co.
Connections, the high-profile digital-marketing convention hosted in Indianapolis by ExactTarget each year since the event's founding in 2005, is moving to New York City next year, city tourism officials disclosed Thursday.
News that Salesforce.com wants a signature office tower downtown already has sparked an overture from one developer, shined a spotlight on available sites, and triggered fears about the impact on office vacancy rates.
The CEO of Salesforce.com, which purchased ExactTarget for $2.5 billion last year, told IBJ on Tuesday morning that the firm was looking for the right opportunity.
Santiago Jaramillo is CEO of Bluebridge Digital LLC, which creates and manages apps primarily for not-for-profits, and it’s one of the first app companies to operate on a subscription model. But Jaramillo was his own boss well before mobile apps and smartphones even existed.
Bluebridge Digital LLC, which creates and manages mobile software applications primarily for not-for-profits, announced Tuesday that it closed a $1 million round of venture capital fundraising and plans to double its work force within a year.
Eli Lilly and Co. executives on Friday repeated their plea to local businesses to support early childhood education, highlighting the work force development and crime-reduction benefits associated with the effort.