After 15 years working in the information technology department for the state of Indiana—the last four as chief information officer, Dewand Neely is departing to take a job as chief operating officer for Eleven Fifty Academy, the not-for-profit coding academy with facilities in downtown Indianapolis and Fishers.
After nearly four years away from Indiana, local tech luminary Scott Jones has returned to central Indiana. And he’s returned with gusto, supercharging Eleven Fifty Academy and helping advance a life-sciences company he says can “transform medicine on multiple fronts.”
The startup, which has been operating under the radar for several months, aims to connect companies and workers who share a common mission or purpose.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones maintains the woman’s allegations that the consulting firm treated her unfairly and hoped to use her to perpetrate fraud are without merit.
Tech leaders, including Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, think Indianapolis would be a great location for Amazon’s second headquarters. And, like other cities in the running, it has some strengths and weaknesses.
The 27,000-square-foot home is expected to go on the market soon. But its furnishings and some of the tech guru’s belongings will be available at a September estate sale.
They’re wondering if Angie’s List will be like ExactTarget, whose acquisition spawned job growth, or if jobs will erode over time. They’re also concerned about losing yet another mature, locally based tech firm with a major corporate presence.
Entrepreneur Scott Jones’ company, once an up-and-comer on the local tech scene, ceased operations Monday after recently becoming unable to service its debt.
AppHappens is a subscription service that gives clients a continually updated, branded smartphone application for engaging their customers.
I still believe my decade-old vision is sturdy and world-changing, because even the best computers and algorithms are still able to answer only about 60 percent of the random questions asked by on-the-go people, doing real life.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones has made Hawaii his primary residence, so he’s now renting rooms at his 30,000-square-foot Carmel mansion to lodgers through home-sharing site Airbnb.
Eleven Fifty, the Carmel-based coding academy and consulting firm, has committed to hiring 92 people in exchange for a state incentive package worth more than $1.3 million, Indiana economic development officials announced Tuesday.
In driving today’s innovations, we sometimes take for granted that computers are woven into just about every aspect of our personal lives and businesses.
Early enthusiasm for ChaCha Search Inc. was so high that at one point it reportedly received a $100 million buyout offer. But today, with ChaCha’s workforce down to 15, the jubilance is gone, Web traffic continues to drain, and founder Scott Jones appears ready to move on.
John Qualls, former CEO of Bluelock, has joined Eleven Fifty, the Carmel-based coding academy started by serial entrepreneur Scott Jones.
Precise Path Robotics Inc., the locally based maker of robotic lawn mowers co-founded by entrepreneur Scott Jones, has been sold to one of the country's largest manufacturers of outdoor power equipment.
The suit alleges that the wife of company founder Scott Jones believed he was having an affair with the employee, and the firm didn’t do enough to prevent the wife from confronting and threatening her at work.
Apple has applied for a patent that sounds pretty familiar to the folks at Carmel-based ChaCha Search Inc. Enough so that ChaCha founder Scott Jones has suggested that his business is well-suited for an acquisition by one of the largest companies in the world.