Independent Suppliers Group, formerly known as Independent Stationers, is merging with Rosemont, Illinois-based cooperative TriMega Purchasing Association and Chicago-based Pinnacle Affiliates.
FormAssembly launched in 2006 and this is first time it will take outside money. The company says the investment comes in the midst of a wave of consumer demand for data regulation.
Purchase of SOPHI Global gives Denison a new subsidiary and adds Lucas Oil Estate and numerous downtown destinations to its valet holdings.
The chamber announced Thursday morning that it has created the Institute for Workforce Excellence after its annual survey showed growing concern by employers over their ability to find qualified job applicants.
It’s the first round of growth capital secured by the company, which focuses on human resources-related software-as-a-service products.
Layered Solutions Inc. is helping schools enhance their mass-notification and emergency-management systems with products that could make it easier and faster to communicate in a crisis.
The local family-run company specializing in home security and smart-home technology has grown 20 percent each of the past two years, with $600 million in revenue projected for 2018.
The Heritage Group announced it is partnering with worldwide entrepreneurial mentoring network Techstars to start a business accelerator that officials said will boost local startups and raise the region’s profile with venture capitalists.
A former police officer and county coroner has tapped Seymour Police Department Capt. Carl Lamb to serve as training manager for churches, schools and businesses.
Indianapolis-based Allegiant International has seen tremendous growth in recent years thanks to its supply-chain work with General Motors.
Visual note-taking—which involves distilling in real time the points of a meeting, conference or speech with a combination of sketched images and words—has just started catching on.
Human resources and benefits company FirstPerson regularly sends workers to Chicago; Silicon Valley; Austin, Texas; and other far-flung tech hubs to pick up new skills and broaden their thinking.
Toledo, Ohio-based United Collection Bureau Inc. announced Tuesday that it expects to spend $2.4 million to lease, renovate and equip a 55,000-square-foot building where it will eventually employ more than 600 workers.
This year, Indianapolis’ largest car wash chain—which is also one of the nation’s largest—marks its 70th anniversary. Sort of.
A client has decided to move its customer service operations in-house, according to the firm.
Brent and Matthew Claymon, the entrepreneurs known for selling Pac Van Inc. for tens of millions of dollars in 2006, have sold another Indianapolis-based company that leases mobile offices and storage units.
Indianapolis-based Earth Exploration Inc. has worked with transportation agencies in Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. It will retain all of its employees as it joins a firm with more than 4,000.
CGS Services Inc. was on its fourth generation of family ownership when Florida-based Advanced Disposal Services bought the central Indiana company.