Universities are the hubs of the world’s knowledge economy, but they typically aren’t the smartest business operators in the world. Brad Wheeler, chief information officer at Indiana University in Bloomington, is working to change that.
Crime activity and information on people taken to jail or being released will soon be available to the public through a new app being developed for the Tippecanoe County sheriff’s office.
Local firm’s new data center is seen as an alternative to so-called “virtualization” trend.
The great results Regenstrief Institute has produced over the years in studies at Indianapolis’ Wishard Memorial Hospital have not held up when conducted in a wider variety of settings.
Compendium Software says there’s money to be made in creating a place where marketing content can be centralized and repurposed and sent out via e-mail newsletters, social media channels and—of course—blogs.
Carmel-based nFrame plans a multimillion-dollar expansion of its high-tech data center near Pennsylvania and 116th Streets, the company disclosed Wednesday.
Weary of having to teach new hires how to work on teams with people halfway around the globe,
ocal software development firm CEO Chris Riester has begun teaching a college class that gives students international experience at home.
Carmel-based IT consultant Allegient LLC plans to grow its central Indiana operations, adding as many as 42 jobs over the next five years.
TechPoint-led initiative is meant to help bring inventions to market by giving them a trial in real-world setting.
Formstack, the Indianapolis-based drag-and-drop form builder software firm, isn’t flashy like its California social-media-site sister Formspring, but it’s intensely practical for organizations needing contact forms, order forms and other online business tools.
Franciscan Alliance will spend more than $100 million over the next two years to install a common electronic medical record system at its 13 hospitals and more than 165 physician practices. It’s a sign of the growth of the health information technology industry in Indiana, which a new BioCrossroads report says generates $200 million a year in sales and is growing at 8 percent annually.
Carmel-based company is building the 15,000-square-foot facility at its headquarters to consolidate operations. The new center should be ready by May.
Evolve, which offers bundled voice and data services to commercial customers, will start with 100 employees in Carmel and
plans to add more.
To spearhead a once-in-a-generation overhaul of local government’s antiquated back-office computer system, Mayor Greg Ballard
has chosen an unprofitable software firm that as recently as March 31 warned investors that debt-refinancing issues could
force it out of business.
The 12-person firm led by CEO Scott McLaughlin recently “graduated” from five years at the Indiana University Emerging Technologies Center
and finished a profitable year.
Indianapolis-based tech firm BlueLock LLC is poised to continue its growth spurt, planning a $35.6 million investment at its
north-side facility that could create 118 jobs. City planners have recommended approval of a 10-year tax abatement.