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
Indianapolis has been in the headlines for record tech job growth – 5th in the nation according to CBRE and tenth in the nation for tech company office leasing. Not all of the attention is on the Circle City, as Bloomington, Carmel, and Fishers all saw tech jobs announcements in the first quarter of 2017.
On September 1, nearly 1,000 attendees will convene at the Indy Big Data Conference — the “tipping point” where big data lies today. Big data has already revolutionized the decision-making process, but as new products and technologies are cultivated daily, the question asked by the Indy Big Data Conference is “How will we thrive in an
It’s no secret that Indianapolis has become a destination for tech-skilled talent. We continue to receive national attention for being the #10 Best City for Young Professionals, the #5 Best City for Women in Tech, and #6 Top City for Tech Job Growth. The success of the Xtern program confirms what national media are saying:
It’s no secret that Indianapolis technology companies are growing rapidly. With about $200 million in venture capital raised in 2015 alone, these startups and scale-ups are expanding their teams to compete with brands across the country. There is a strong need for people who can build products and sell products to fuel business growth. Not
Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM company, today announced it will invest more than $40 million over the next 10 years to expand its regional headquarters in Indianapolis. As part of the new investment, Salesforce plans to add 800 new jobs over the next five years. The company also announced it will
If you’ve ever tried to get information on a product you already own — like finding an owner’s manual, warranty, replacement parts or a place where they can help you fix it — then you already know why Lumavate was created. The experience of trying to get the information you need from an inanimate object
Indianapolis is one of the 10 “sneaky-great cities all college seniors should consider if they want to work in tech.” That’s the conclusion DataFox made in a new rankings report released today putting Indianapolis in second place behind Reston, Va. 2. Indianapolis, IN Like Reston, Indianapolis offers a vibrant community that’s affordable with an entry-level tech