The dispute concerns technology that the university says was developed and patented by a team of professors and graduate students to address “power bugs” in mobile phone apps.
German American, which has 78 locations in 33 Indiana and Kentucky counties, said it plans to open a loan production office in Greenwood this quarter. It will be the bank’s first physical presence in this market.
MakeMyMove, which launched about a year ago, will use the investment to scale up and hire several new employees, particularly in the areas of engineering, product development and sales.
This is the sixth round of funding Lumavate has announced since its founding in 2015. The company offers a no-code platform that clients can use to create smartphone apps.
Keen to beef up their workforces, some local companies are turning to a practice known as acqui-hiring—acquiring employees by buying the company they work for.
Demandwell, which offers search-engine-optimization software, says the investment will help it reach growth goals that include tripling its revenues and headcount over the next year.
Anchorage Digital, founded in 2017, plans to open a physical office in the Indianapolis area and hire another 10 people here by year’s end.
A four-week fraud trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 22 for Celadon’s former president and chief operating officer, Eric Meek, 41, and its former chief financial officer, Bobby Peavler, 42.
Ironclad, which allows users to negotiate, sign and manage online contracts, established a local presence when it acquired Indianapolis-based PactSafe a year ago.
High Alpha launched Castiron in October. The startup offers a platform for culinary artisans to sell their products, connect with customers and run their businesses.
The agreement between Cummins and Texas-based Rush Enterprises will help Cummins bring natural-gas-powered commercial vehicles to market.
Mike Langellier has been the president and CEO at Indianapolis-based TechPoint for nine years. The organization will launch a national search for his replacement.
Vibenomics, which offers music, advertising and audio messaging for retailers nationwide, says its audio will be heard in the Iowa-based grocery chain’s stores beginning Feb. 15.
Monument Microcap Partners has also added three partners and two other employees, plus a branch office in the metro Detroit area.
Founded in 2019, Chuqlab offers transcription technology for law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and operators of jails and prisons. The company recently received a state incentives offer based on its hiring plans.
With the acquisition of British Columbia-based Groundswell Cloud Solutions, GyanSys now has more than 250 employees who work in the firm’s Salesforce practice.
DriverReach, founded in 2016, offers a platform that makes it easier for customers to hire commercial truck drivers. The company said it plans to use its additional funding on hiring and product research and development.
If you’re active on LinkedIn, maybe you’ve seen TechPoint’s senior relationship manager, Roger Shuman, 52, wearing one of his many tech-company T-shirts.