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Stories and fact sheets about technology in the Indy region.

The Indy region has carved out a strong niche in marketing technology, anchored by major employers such as Salesforce, Genesys, and Appirio. According to Techpoint research, almost half of Indiana’s information technology workforce calls the Indy region home.

Recently, Forbes named Indianapolis one of the top cities creating technology jobs, also citing that, "A growing tech industry is often considered the ultimate sign of a healthy local economy." 

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The Indianapolis tech scene is growing - from entreprenuers to Fortune 500 companies. That is one of the reasons we are so excited to share a few of our recent technology wins. 

Overview Fact Sheet

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Employment 2016
20,961
Employment Change 2010-2016
77%
Industry Concentration 2016
1.03
Average Wages 2016
$87,489
Venture Capital Investments
2015-2017 (millions)
$240
Number of VC-Funded Deals
2015-2017
103
Patents 2010-2015
627
Patents per 1,000 Population
2010-2015
.322
Establishments 2016
1,572
Establishments - % Change
2010-2016
25%

Data is for the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson MSA unless otherwise noted

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Since 2010, employment gains for data and Internet service firms in Central Indiana have been extremely high at 192%, compared to a 51% growth rate for the United States.

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Check out a full list of the certified technology parks in the Indy region.

Find out the benefits of certified technology parks in Indianapolis.

Find out about the Indy Partnership and how we can help you.

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Zylo is the world's largest software as a service (SaaS) management platform. It's co-founders moved back to the Indy region to create their corporate headquarters. Learn why now. 

Just about everything is different at Purdue Polytechnic High School (PPHS). PPHS is a FREE charter school in Indianaplis where the class format, in-class experiences, teaching style, leadership, and goals for our graduates are all unique.

Indiana universities have shown that when the higher education and private sectors partner together it is easy to change curriculums to ensure students are gaining the skills needed for employment.

Do you have questions about moving or expanding your technology company to the Indy region?