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Winning a Mira Award gave DATTUS a boost with investors and customers

DATTUS is doing for manufacturers and industry what NEST has done for smart homes and Fitbit has done for personal health. For industry today, it’s a no-brainer to make your machines smart, which is exactly what DATTUS does. Through simplicity and a unique application-agnostic ‘Internet of Things’ platform, DATTUS transforms aging industrial machinery into smart-machines

CloudOne is now ClearObject: Letter from the CEO

CloudOne, an Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Innovator, announced today that as part of a corporate rebranding initiative it will operate as ClearObject effective Feb. 1, 2017. This post was written by CEO John McDonald to share the journey of CloudOne to ClearObject.  Letter from the CEO Seven years ago in a basement in the

What It’s Like: Haley Altman on becoming a first-time CEO

There is no test, degree or experience that automatically qualifies you to become a chief executive officer. Whether you are working your way up the ladder or launching your own company, it takes a combination of grit, determination and a savvy leadership to be your own boss. Haley Altman, CEO and founder of Doxly, recently

Why tech companies need venture capital

It’s not uncommon to read a national or local business publication and see another startup or scale-up tech company announce a recent fundraise. But why is venture capital important for tech companies to grow and break into the market? TechPoint President and CEO Mike Langellier knows a few things about tech funding. In January 2011

The New York Times recognizes Indianapolis tech growth

It’s not every day that The New York Times publishes an article in their Square Feet section highlighting the Indianapolis tech community. Miranda Spivack, an award-winning journalist who is serving as a 2016-17 Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, penned the article after hearing over and over again

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

‘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