IBJ picked the brains of Indianapolis-area firms and organizations known for liquid thinking to discover how they open the spigot on innovation.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. on Monday reported a first-quarter loss, but still managed to top Wall Street predictions for the fourth consecutive quarter.
Marketers today are driven more by data than by gut feelings. Technologists, meanwhile, are getting more involved in marketing, partly to help make their enterprises money instead of just costing money.
The Indianapolis-based software firm lost $29.9 million in the latest period, but the results exceeded analyst expectations.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. lost money in the third quarter, but shares rose Monday night and Tuesday morning after results beat Wall Street estimates.
The 119,000-square-foot structure will be built next to the software developer’s headquarters on the northwest side as part of its growth plans to add 430 employees within the next few years.
The local software and services firm has released disappointing preliminary results for its second quarter, leading to a 16-percent stock tumble.
Profit shot up for some, while others fought setbacks.
Indianapolis is considering nearly $2.6 million in tax breaks over 10 years as an incentive for Interactive Intelligence’s planned $28 million investment.
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.
The greater success Interactive Intelligence enjoys transitioning customers to the cloud, the greater the drag on short-term results.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. shares fell more than 19 percent Monday night and Tuesday morning after the company reported a unexpected loss in the first quarter, missing analyst predictions.
A day in the life for hundreds of new employees at Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. could mean riding a slide from one floor of their office to the next while earning about $80,000 per year.
Local software firm Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. announced Thursday afternoon that it plans to hire 430 employees by the end of 2016 as part of a major expansion of its headquarters.
CEO Don Brown recently told IBJ that the firm expected to hire in the neighborhood of 250 workers in 2014, and also was looking at constructing an additional building by its headquarters. An announcement is set for Thursday afternoon.
OrgSpan Inc., majority owned by Interactive CEO Don Brown, creates and sells cloud-based enterprise social communications software.
Industry goliaths in Silicon Valley have thrown lavish perks at employees for years. As employment in Indianapolis tech firms has skyrocketed in recent years, a lot more companies are looking for workers, heating up competition.
Interactive Intelligence saw revenue grow 34 percent in 2013 after changing its business model to focus more on cloud-based services.