Indianapolis continues to be a rising force in the tech industry. What was once a blip in the map has become a booming hub and selling point for entrepreneurs and investors alike.
Only a few years ago, Salesforce bought Indianapolis-born ExactTarget for 2.5 billion, burnishing a Silicone Valley-on-the-prarie reputation for a Midwest city long known for manufacturing, insurance and banking.
More than anything, tech veterans credit a cycle of reinvestment by accomplished tech entrepreneurs who go on to sell their tech companies and then re-invest capital back into central Indiana.
DemandJump, SmarterHQ, Doxly and Quantify are only a few of the Indianapolis based companies that have emerged in this inverstor rich market and brought artificial intelligence and machine learning to the forefront of Indianapolis tech.