16 Sweet Places to Apply for a Job in Indiana Tech After the March Madness Tournament

NCAA Men's Basketball Bracket on the JW Marriott

This month, millions of college hoops fans are getting a taste of Indianapolis for the 2021 March Madness Tournament. And to them, we say: “Come for the basketball, but stay for a great job in Indiana tech!”

More than 230 positions are currently open for tech- and business-skilled professionals at more than 70 organizations across Indiana, ranging from global enterprises to non-profits to startups. Those positions run the gamut of C-suite to entry-level jobs, and they come with the added benefit of working in the nation’s most supportive and welcoming tech sector.

“People around the world already know the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame motto: ‘In 49 states, it’s just basketball: this is Indiana,’” said TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier. “What they’re coming to learn is that something similar can be said for technology jobs. Sure, there are tech hubs in some other states, but this is Indiana. And we bring something unique to the game.” 

Find your dream job in the technology industry here in the Indy region.

How can you find these opportunities? The TechPoint Job Board is a one-stop shop for starting your career in the Amateur Sports Capital of the World. While the March Madness Tournament will only have one champion, every company on our job board can claim that distinction! 

TechPoint even makes it easy to apply by helping you learn about each organization and the culture around it. We roll out the red carpet to show you what makes Indiana’s tech sector unique and why you should work in Indy.

If you’re ready for a new career but aren’t sure what positions are available, TechPoint can help with that, too. Our Jobs in Tech 101 resource breaks down common tech jobs, so you can match your interests and skills to a career path. We built it by consulting with industry professionals and analyzing nearly 2,000 tech job postings as well as the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET database. Field by field, this resource helps demystify Indy’s tech landscape and highlight stand-out professionals and companies in the industry.  

Right now, dozens of Indiana companies with tech needs are scouting for top talent. Because we’ve contracted a bit of basketball fever, we narrowed the field down to our Sweet 16 companies! The listing below is based on TechPoint membership status and the number of available and expected positions in 2021. To make your top picks, check out the full dance card here.

16 company logos

 

1. Baker Hill

Baker Hill provides technology solutions for common loan origination, relationship management, business intelligence, and decisioning tools. They serve 500 financial institutions, including more than 20% of the top 150 U.S. banks and 20% of the top 25 U.S. credit unions.

2. Boardable

Boardable helps manage and improve the experience of serving on a board of directors. Their cloud-based platform centralizes activities for meetings, documents, discussions, polls, and contacts. They automate scheduling reminders and integrate with Gmail and Outlook, as well as Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive for efficiency and ease of use.

3. Cummins

Cummins designs, manufactures, sells, and services diesel and alternative fuel engines and electrical generator sets as well as related components and technology. They serve a network of 600 company-owned and independent distributor facilities and over 7,400 dealer locations.

4. Genesys

Genesys powers more than 25 billion of the world’s best customer experiences each year. They serve more than 10,000 companies in over 100 countries, and Genesys is the only company recognized by top industry analysts as a leader in both cloud and on-premise customer engagement solutions.

5. Greenlight Guru

Greenlight Guru is the only Quality Management Software platform designed exclusively for the medical device industry. They help device companies get products to market faster with less risk, while pushing beyond baseline compliance to true quality.

6. High Alpha

High Alpha is a venture studio that conceives, launches, and scales next-generation enterprise cloud and SaaS companies. They create and fund businesses through a new model for entrepreneurship that combines venture capital with company building. Their blend of services includes product development, sales and marketing, finance, brand and design, and talent development. 

7. iA

iA invented and developed a suite of leading, cutting-edge pharmacy automation and software solutions. They have over 25 years of experience in the pharmacy fulfillment business and have more than 1,500 systems installed around the world.

8. Jobvite

Jobvite is a comprehensive talent acquisition suite that provides in-depth data to power predictable hiring results. Their platform offers the most functionality with recent acquisitions of Talemetry for recruitment marketing, Canvas for chatbot automation, and RolePoint for internal mobility. 

9. KSM Consulting

KSM Consulting provides technology, data, and management consulting to help their clients thrive. Their work spans multiple industries in both the public and private sector, working with clients to fulfill their missions, meet their goals, and tackle their complex problems.

10. LeaseLock

LeaseLock is the world’s leading insurtech platform for real estate. Their flagship product leverages artificial intelligence to eliminate security deposits from enterprise operating infrastructure. This seamlessly powers a faster, simpler, more affordable rental transaction.

11. Lessonly

Lessonly is a training software used by over 1.2 million learners at more than 500 companies. They help customer service teams serve customers faster, drive consistent support, and elevate the customer experience. Their software also helps sales teams reinforce best practices, accelerate rep performance, and close more deals.

12. Moser Consulting

Moser Consulting is a business and technology consulting company that offers best-practices expertise to companies in multiple industries. They provide the talent, tools, and technology solutions to support businesses that rely on data to gain a competitive advantage.

13. myCOI

myCOI protects organizations by automating third party certificate tracking. They help companies handle the everyday tasks of managing certificates of insurance as well as protecting them from underinsured claims, costly litigation and failed audits. 

14. OneAmerica

OneAmerica is a national provider of insurance and financial services for more than 140 years. They help customers build and protect their financial futures with a variety of products and services. These products include recordkeeping services, employee benefit plan products, retirement plan products, and more. 

15. Wunderkind

Wunderkind is a leading performance marketing engine that delivers tailored experiences at scale. This allows businesses to deliver high-performing, one-to-one messages on websites, through emails and texts, and in ads at a scale that’s not otherwise possible. Wunderkind drives $1.2 billion dollars annually in directly attributable revenue for top eCommerce brands. 

16. Zylo

Zylo is the leading and most comprehensive SaaS management platform for enterprises. They pioneered the new standard for managing cloud-based software subscriptions, optimizing utilization and managing renewals.

The Big Dance signage on a crosswalk

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