SaaS News

‘Ladies in SaaS’ gains momentum in Indianapolis

Building and sustaining a professional network is challenging, but it’s twice as hard when the kind of group you’re looking for simply doesn’t exist. That’s how Kristen Hamerstadt and Robyn Miley ended up starting Ladies in SaaS, a casual, community networking group for professional women in tech and software-as-a-service. More opportunity for everyone Kristen was

Bluebridge sells divisions for $8 million to focus solely on employee engagement

One of Indianapolis’ most interesting startup-to-scale-up success stories just got an $8 million boost to fuel growth and create new jobs. Bluebridge, the venture capital-backed tech firm originally started in 2011 by then college student and ExactTarget intern Santiago Jaramillo, has sold off its church and tourism business units to focus solely on its Emplify

Doxly accelerates legal transactions, unlocks data intelligence

Legal transaction software company Doxly raises $2.2M

Doxly, an Indianapolis technology software company that launched out of High Alpha this past July, today announced they have closed a $2.2 million Series Seed funding round and added Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, as a customer. Doxly will use the capital to scale its technology platform and fuel hiring in product development, engineering, sales and marketing.

Zylo helps you manage all those software-as-a-service subscriptions

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) isn’t just a hip label used to describe new software technologies. It’s a software licensing and distributing model that has completely changed the way businesses operate in today’s innovative environment. According to Gartner, SaaS subscriptions are expected to grow 20.3% in 2016, equaling a total of $37.7B in market value. Gone are the