Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 21-27, 2020

In this week's issue, Anthony Schoettle explains how some school districts are trying to make bus travel safer. Indianapolis-based tech firm Synovia Solutions began working this spring on a new platform that helps with contact tracing and hygiene verification on school buses. It has already signed on more than 250 districts. Meanwhile, John Russell explores why health insurers such as Indianapolis-based Anthem are reporting huge boosts in earnings in the second quarter. The windfalls are raising protests from doctors, hospitals and patients. And Samm Quinn details how the 350,000 immigrants in Indiana have become especially vulnerable to COVID-19—not just for health reason but also economic.

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Q&A: How to make hospitals feel ‘uplifting’

James Mladucky oversees some of the biggest building projects in Indiana. As vice president of design and construction at Indiana University Health, he is supervising the building of replacement hospitals in Bloomington and Frankfort, a hospital expansion in Avon and the recent construction of a cancer center in Carmel. Earlier this month, IU Health announced […]

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2020 CTO of the Year: Warren Lenard

Lenard’s team has focused on improving dealership reporting, which is key to a dealership’s day-to-day functionality, by creating dashboards that replace unreliable legacy systems with easily accessible and timely data and analytics.

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2020 CTO of the Year: Jared Adams

Adams, the senior vice president of product engineering at Jobvite, has led the company’s recent advancements on the artificial intelligence front with machine learning and sentiment analysis, as well as analytics.

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2020 CTO of the Year: Tom Fisher

Fisher has been instrumental in migrating KAR Global’s core technology platforms to the cloud, including providing real-time live-stream auctions, a capability that took on added importance with the onset of COVID-19.

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2020 CTO of the Year: Randall Kirk

In more than four decades at Allison Transmission, Kirk has helped the company evolve from a test-based culture to an analysis- and simulation-based engineering culture.

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