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A brief introduction to network science math in marketing

In this Chief Marketing Technologist Blog (chiefmartec.com) guest post by Tyler Foxworthy, chief scientist at DemandJump, several fields of math are connected to marketing challenges that are being addressed with artificial intelligence. Editor Scott Brinkler also added several links to Wikipedia pages for readers who want to geek out like him on this dense and challenging

NCAA develops game-changing enterprise software system

You’re familiar with the NCAA. National Collegiate Athletic Association tournaments in multiple sports are some of the most-watched television events every year, particularly the Men’s Final Four basketball championship in the spring. You may have even visited the Hall of Champions museum at White River State Park in Indianapolis next door to the NCAA national

SEP opens creative new software product design studio

A new storefront has opened up near the corner of 126th Street and S. Rangeline Road in Carmel, Ind., and it’s home to Software Engineering Professionals (SEP) new Product Design Studio. The unique space is an immersive, collaborative environment where SEP and its customers and partners will develop software and information systems for businesses. Director of Innovation

Plymouth Ventures invests millions in Indy-based Kinney Group

Cloud solutions integrator Kinney Group, Inc. is getting a multi-million dollar infusion of capital in a growth financing round led by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Plymouth Ventures. Kinney Group counts Global 2000 public companies, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations among its clients, including being a leading integration partner for next-generation platform providers like Splunk,

Liquid expectations and microservices drive culture of innovation at Interactive Intelligence

Interactive Intelligence founder Don Brown is unassuming and fairly soft-spoken for an entrepreneur, except when you get him talking about technology — particularly those innovations developed by the company he founded that recently entered into a merger agreement to be acquired by Genesys for $1.4 billion. He often refers to the company’s customer engagement solutions as

Is Indianapolis ready for a BSD user group?

In 1969, an important milestone was reached in the history of Computer Science — the birth of the UNIX operating system. Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie brought this operating system to life on a PDP-11/20 and wrote it in such a way that it could be easily moved to newer computers as they were developed