LifeOmic Inc., a fledgling Indianapolis-based tech company that provides cloud storage to medical users, is trying to make a rapid splash in the health care IT industry by offering what its says is an unprecedented marketing promise.
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The startup, founded by serial entrepreneur Don Brown, has hashed out a deal that it gives it access to a broad range of intellectual property.
LifeOmic is seeking to help doctors provide more precise treatments for patients by sequencing their DNA.
Of the top five contributions from Indianapolis-area donors, four set records as the largest the organization had ever received from an individual.
The trouble started when Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, got in an online spat last month with Indiana tech entrepreneur and philanthropist Don Brown.
Interactive Intelligence in 2014 said it would add 430 Hoosier employees—plans it leveraged to hash out city and state tax incentive agreements. But it's local employment hasn't changed much since.
The gift is the largest to the IU School of Medicine by an alumnus. The medical school will use the money to establish the Brown Center for Immunotherapy to fight some of the world’s toughest diseases.
Indianapolis-based tech entrepreneur Don Brown just ended his 22-year tenure with Interactive Intelligence Group, the company he sold for $1.4 billion only a week ago, but he’s already heavily involved in another venture.
The Indianapolis-based software firm fielded escalating offers over the years until a last-second reduction in bid price from buyer Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories Inc., according to a new public filing.
Tech observers said they view Interactive’s sale as a net positive for the city, mostly because exit events spur some employees to invest their money and talent in new places.
Brown talks to IBJ about what he’s planning to do after his company, Interactive Intelligence, is sold.
In the immediate wake of news Wednesday that Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. had agreed to be acquired for $1.4 billion, Indianapolis tech leaders bubbled with praise for CEO Don Brown and with enthusiasm for the possible impact on the city.
Interactive co-founder and CEO Don Brown said he will leave the company after the sale closes late this year. The all-cash purchase price represents a 36 percent premium to where the shares traded before word of the potential deal leaked this summer.
With shares riding a two-year high and quarterly earnings beating estimates, Interactive Intelligence CEO Don Brown joshed around with analysts a bit Monday about acquisition rumors.
Shares in Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. jumped nearly 20 percent Friday after Reuters reported that the Indianapolis-based software firm was exploring “strategic alternatives,” including a potential sale.
Interactive Intelligence CEO Don Brown said his company’s new cloud-based software has “taken off like crazy,” and the firm is bullish on virtual reality technology.
Interactive Intelligence CEO Don Brown invested three years ago in a startup formed by an exiting employee. Last year, Interactive bought that startup–OrgSpan–and the move is starting to pay off.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. will plow further into cloud-based computing—now a big driver of sales—with a new set of call-center services unveiled Tuesday morning.