Information Technology

Holcomb Heads To India On Trade Mission

Oct 27, 2017

Gov. Eric Holcomb left for a week-long trade mission to India Friday. The country has deep ties to the Hoosier information technology and manufacturing sectors, and thousands of Indian students attend college here.

Holcomb will meet India-based executives for Hoosier companies like Cummins, which is also a major employer of skilled Indian workers on visas.

A Silicon Valley tech company is relocating to Carmel, in what state officials are touting as a win for Indiana's business-friendly climate.

 

San Mateo, Calif.-based Determine uses cloud technology to help companies store and manage contract data from start to finish. Its clients include AOL, Kellogg's and Sony Music Entertainment.

 

Ivy Tech Community College

Plans are being made for a statewide precision agriculture center at Ivy Tech’s Terre Haute campus.

Ivy Tech already offers agriculture technician courses, training students to become IT specialists for a new age of GPS enabled farm equipment. This equipment lets farmers target the best spot in their fields to plant, spread extra fertilizer or use more herbicide.