Codelicious founder Christine McDonnell talks about the investment round, which was led by Indianapolis-based Allos Ventures and EduLab Capital Partners, a venture capital firm with offices in Boston and Tokyo that specializes in learning innovation.
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New York-based Simplifeye moving HQ to Carmel, hiring 75
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The Carmel-based business communications software company said the new funding will be used for ongoing product development and to boost hiring.
San Francisco-based human resources software company 15Five Inc. said the acquisition of Emplify further boosts its employee-engagement and manager-enablement software platform.
Encamp, which makes and markets software that helps customers manage environmental data and the forms required for local and federal compliance, has now raised a total of $17.2 million. The most recent funding round was led by Boston-based OpenView with participation from High Alpha Capital and Allos Ventures—both of Indianapolis—and Bloomington-based IU Ventures.
Despite the pandemic, Cloverdale-based educational software company Standard for Success saw solid—and somewhat surprising—growth last year, and the firm’s founders project strong double-digit growth this year.
Celigo, which makes software that helps companies automate business functions and IT services, already employs 17 Hoosiers who work remotely.
With six new hires, the company—founded in 2014—now has 26 employees. The staff size will increase to 28 when the company adds two Orr Fellows in June.
Catipult.AI, which is now located at 55 Monument Circle, said it will invest $2.6 million to expand its operations, including a move to a larger but yet-to-be determined space.
MetaCX, a 2-year-old High Alpha portfolio company led by local tech entrepreneur Scott McCorkle, already has raised a total of $24.5 million in venture and growth capital and hired 40 staffers.
High Alpha on Thursday announced the launch of its 10th company this year. Filo—which has eight employees and makes and markets a virtual meeting space for teams, workshops, programs and events—has already signed deals with more than 20 customers.
The acquisition announced Tuesday is by far the largest in the 21-year history of Salesforce, which located its Marketing Cloud division in Indianapolis after it acquired ExactTarget in 2013.
Covideo’s platform allows users to send 60- to 90-second video clips embedded in email and text messages and to track if, when and how many times the videos are viewed.
The company founded as Somerset Cloud last year has a new name, majority owner and an even higher growth curve than originally projected.
Mandolin’s digital platform—designed to help artists, venues and fans connect through live music—has attracted some big-name investors including Marc Benioff, the founder and CEO of Salesforce.
Standard for Success, a Cloverdale-based educational software company, through 2019 has been growing at a strong double-digit clip and earlier this year launched a new service line company officials are confident will help the firm expand further by signing deals with colleges and universities nationwide.
Sharpen Technologies, an Indianapolis-based developer of cloud-based customer service software, came out of the gates fast this year, and despite a pause in March has continued to experience dramatic growth right through the pandemic.
Canopy, founded late last year under the name Loupe, makes and markets software that uses artificial intelligence to gather sales and product usage data.
The funding round was led by Allos Ventures and High Alpha Capital, both of Indianapolis, with participation from IU Ventures.
Executive coach Peter Fuller developed an artificial intelligence-driven platform that lets business leaders know how effectively they’re leading their firm and whether their company is headed in the right direction.
The software-as-a-service company, which was founded in the second quarter of last year, recently secured a local tech veteran as its CEO and hit its primary goal on its seed round of funding.