Several local companies and people presented at South by Southwest in Texas this week, sharing their Hoosier experiences and products with a variety of audiences at the world-renowned tech and arts confab.
TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier spoke with IBJ about his group’s evolution, his interest in the internet of things, and why elected officials are increasingly paying attention to tech.
TechPoint, an Indiana technology advocacy group, intends to use the money for internship and fellowship programs that create career connections in the state.
Local software developers and other tech talents will convene Saturday to tackle challenges vexing local and state governments in the second annual Indy Civic Hack.
TechPoint announced Friday that Apparatus founder Kelly Pfledderer has replaced chairman Mark Hill and that former ExactTarget co-founder Scott Dorsey has joined its executive team.
Tech leaders say the religious freedom law has been a burdensome headwind over the past week, making job discussions longer than necessary and injecting unease in the minds of some candidates.
Central Indiana employers with open tech positions are having a tough time getting their interns to accept job offers. A new study questions whether the pay is adequate.
HALO reached the $20 million milestone after pumping nearly $1.5 million in the first half of 2014 into mobile app developer Bluebridge Digital, contract-research firm AIT Bioscience, threat-intelligence firm Emerging Threats and sales-automation software firm TinderBox.
Interns in the first Xtern program will live together at IUPUI and work at 12 of the city's tech companies, including ExactTarget, Interactive Intelligence, Apparatus, HC1, Smarter Remarketer and Tinderbox.
The tech VC firm recently invested $7 million in Smarter Remarketer. It previously bet on Made2Manage Systems, Angie’s List and ExactTarget.
The top honor at the Mira Awards on Saturday night went to software firm Interactive Intelligence, while academia made waves in other categories at the annual technology-sector event.
Bloomerang is led by technology entrepreneur Jay Love, who sold the donor-management firm eTapestry for $25 million in 2007.
The tech community is rallying around an initiative to brand Indianapolis as the “marketing technology capital of the world,” trading on the success of such firms as ExactTarget and Angie’s List.