Software News

myCOI relocates to downtown Indy, plans to create 185 new jobs

myCOI, a provider of cloud-based software for tracking and managing certificates of insurance, announced plans to expand its headquarters in Indianapolis, creating up to 185 jobs by 2021. myCOI aims to ease the process for businesses that collect certificates of insurance (COI’s) by offering a software platform that provides a single place to view your

SEP acquires software design and story mapping product CardBoard

Companies are searching for new ways to be innovative. Ninety-three percent of executives indicate that organic growth through innovation will drive the greater proportion of their revenue growth, according to 1,700+ executives surveyed in PriceWaterhouseCooper’s “Unleashing the Power of Innovation” study. Carmel, Ind.-based software product design and development company, Software Engineering Professionals (SEP), just made another

New software company improving primary care of children

In 2006, Peter Belamarich and colleagues published an article called, “Drowning in a Sea of Advice: Pediatricians and American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statements,” in which they describe over 344 Clinical Practice Guidelines and Policies from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the world’s most authoritative source of clinical guidance for care of children. Since

Focus on the User: Driving passion and innovation

In the beginning In the beginning, our foundation at MOBI was simple: focus on the user. Armed with a couple world-class developers, our best guess at market research, and a vision to transform the way companies manage connected devices, we moved fast. Looking back, it’s easy to see how this attitude towards the user ignited

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