Jim Martin wants all event organizers and venue managers to throw out their folders stuffed with emergency instructions and upload all of that information to their phones.
Two dozen auto insurers in Indiana already have launched at least small-scale usage-based insurance programs, according to the Indiana Department of Insurance.
DoStuff Media recently launched an app, Do317, and website, Do317.com, to help people find things to do in Indianapolis.
Local entrepreneurs Mark Welsh and Charlie Russell last year started an app development company. And this year, they inked partnerships with ESPN fantasy football guru Matthew Berry and daily fantasy sports behemoth DraftKings for their first major endeavor.
The Colts have launched a marketing campaign on the social media messaging site Kik, an initiative team officials think could reach hundreds of thousands of teenagers—a notoriously difficult group to target through traditional channels or even other digital platforms.
Gerry Hays has created an app that aims to foster family conversation by asking users to take pictures of their meals and then posing conversation starters.
Indianapolis entrepreneur Jeff Whorley in January debuted a smartphone app that tracks whether college students go to class. A wave of national media attention followed.
Ashley Bryan is on the cusp of launching a website and smartphone application she hopes will ease the learning curve for millions of care givers. It’s called Life in the Moment and it’s billed as a one-stop source for information and tools for managing Alzheimer’s.