The used-car auction business might sound like a low-tech industry, and one destined to stay that way. But KAR’s executives think otherwise.
The not-for-profit tech advocacy group has passed the board torch to Scott McCorkle and added two other software executives to the ranks.
An Indianapolis-based entrepreneur is hoping improve the experience for people using online marketplaces. His fledgling firm has facilitated a few hundred transactions so far, despite the fact that it doesn’t yet have an app.
Securities filings show how activist investors gained influence, how organic turnaround plans lost favor, and how IAC played hardball at the negotiating table.
Two recently published national reports show Indiana venture capital activity cooling off in the second quarter. And per-deal investment averages remain relatively low.
The Indianapolis museum at the home of the 23rd U.S. president is allowing consumers to print 3-D versions of its artifacts for free.
Mimir, which was previously based in West Lafayette, recently moved its headquarters to downtown Indianapolis. It has 14 employees, up from three last year.
In its first round of institutional fundraising, Fishers-based Fuzic secured backing from High Alpha, Allos Ventures and Hyde Park Venture Partners.
Q&A with Sherry Aaholm, Cummins Inc.: “My mother, early on, taught me the value of hard work, the value of recognizing diversity, the value of recognizing engagement and the fact that you’re just as powerful to do what you want to do.”
Former Salesforce executive Scott McCorkle has been named Torchlite’s executive chairman. The $2 million round brings the marketing firm’s total financing take to $4 million since its launch in 2015.
A handful of Indianapolis-based ExactTarget alumni have joined Cheetah Digital, which is led in part by an ExactTarget co-founder. And they’re looking for office space downtown.
Former Apparatus President Aman Brar has launched Canvas Talent Inc., with a software tool that allows recruiters to manage their text conversations with prospective employees.
Efforts to increase and support the ranks of women in technology jobs are emerging in Indianapolis and helping put a spotlight on gender imbalance in the industry.
Bloomington-based Hanapin Marketing, a 60-person digital ad agency, was recently honored on national best-workplaces lists for perks including quarterly three-day weekends and routine “stay interviews.”
ExactTarget alumnus R.J. Talyor, who left Geofeedia nearly a year ago, and Indianapolis venture studio High Alpha have rolled out Quantifi.