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Apply to These 10 Tech Companies Hiring in Indianapolis- November 2020

Apply to These 10 Tech Companies Hiring in Indianapolis- November 2020

Looking for tech jobs in Indianapolis, Indiana? Finding one is a breeze with so many local employers on the scene. Whether you want to work downtown within walking distance of Mass Ave. or in the free-spirited Broad Ripple area, chances are you’ll find a sweet gig in our great city. 

From growth accelerator TechPoint to the developing 16 Tech Innovation District, the city is largely becoming known as one of the most exciting Midwestern hubs for tech workers. Circle City job seekers, check out these 10 tech companies hiring in Indianapolis


Springbuk is a health intelligence platform that helps companies maximize their most valuable asset—their people. The platform empowers employers to create plans and programs to match their organization’s health needs. Using data, Springbuk makes it easy to improve health and care efficiency while minimizing costs and mitigating risk. They’re also currently hiring! Apply here for jobs that will allow you to merge your love for technology with your love of health and data. 


While their headquarters are in San Francisco, Salesforce Indianapolis is a powerhouse in its own right. Salesforce is the world’s leading customer relationship management software. The widely used software helps unite marketing, sales, commerce, service, and IT teams with the express purpose of serving clients from a single integrated platform. With 63 offices around the world, employees work with teams from across cultures, gaining valuable intercultural professional experience in the process. Apply for roles in software and product design at the company’s job board here

Angie’s List 

Angie’s List connects professionals with projects. The website serves as a directory for service providers who do everything from roofing to dentistry. Community and honesty are number 1 priorities for Angie’s List as it allows customers to leave thorough reviews about a company’s services. Find your next tech role as a Software Engineer or UX Designer at this Indianapolis staple by checking out new listings on their LinkedIn job board. 


Indianapolis-based Boardable is making board management processes a heck of a lot easier. The company’s innovative software provides 1 place to coordinate schedules and facilitate virtual and in-person meetings. It also tracks progress and goals, stores relevant documents, and hosts a staff directory. Combine your love for organization with your love for technology in a position at Boardable. 


Zylo is a SaaS (software as a service) management platform that uses machine learning to optimize a company’s enterprise SaaS stack. Do you find yourself getting into passionate discussions about the subscription economy and all of the challenges and opportunities it presents? Then you may be well-suited to use your skills and passions in the product or engineering departments at Zylo. The Indianapolis tech company is hiring now— learn more about how you can join the team here


Headquartered in nearby Columbus, Indiana, Cummins is a global power and technology leader. The company was founded in 1919 and in its 100+ years of innovation, it’s done a lot in the engines, power systems, electronics, and electrified power segments. Find your next engineering, information technology, or data science job by checking out the Cummins job board here. 


Love podcasts? Looking for startup jobs? You might just be the perfect employee for Casted. The Indianapolis startup is on a mission to help creators get the most out of their podcast content through a management, activation, and measurement software. In short, they’re a B2B podcasting platform doing big things right here in Indianapolis. Check out open jobs for the company here

High Alpha 

High Alpha is a venture studio that creates and funds B2B SaaS companies. Headquartered in downtown Indianapolis, High Alpha is responsible for creating the first venture studio. They combine company-building with venture-funding in order to scale and iterate more quickly. They’ve created 19 new companies and invested in 40 founders since launching in 2015. Are you smart, curious, and hardworking? Then, High Alpha wants to hire you! Join their team of Software Engineers, Product Designers, and Account Executives to help launch and scale the next generation of B2B SaaS companies. View job listings on the job board here


Add Lessonly to your list of startups making moves in the Indianapolis area. Lessonly produces training software for professionals across the customer service, sales, talent, and enterprise fields. They’ve worked with more than 750 companies including McAfee, MeUndies, InVision, and Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. Lessonly is big on company culture. They lovingly refer to employees as Lessonly Llamas and offer generous benefits to ensure staff can be their best selves. View open opportunities in software engineering, product design, sales, or operations for this Indianapolis company here


Looking for jobs in Indianapolis that will spark purpose and meaning? Passionate about supporting multiple causes? A career at OneCause could be for you. Indianapolis-based OneCause simplifies fundraising for cause-driven organizations. They offer online giving, event management, mobile bidding, and peer-to-peer fundraising options for nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Apply to the bevy of open product and technology jobs at their Indianapolis campus here.  

Want even more job searching resources so you can score a role at one of the top tech companies or startups in Indianapolis? Check out these tips to land a tech role in Indianapolis during the COVID-19 pandemic. View upcoming Kenzie Academy events here

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Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins is the Content Marketer at Kenzie Academy. Before she joined the field of higher education marketing, she worked as a journalist and taught English in the South of France. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading non-fiction works, doing embodiment yoga, or planning her next trip to Paris. You can find more of her work at

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    November 2, 2020
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