Information Technology


Hamilton County participates in one of the most innovative and cutting-edge industries – information technology.

Mesh Systems designs and implements Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine systems that include hardware, software and networking frameworks for Smart products. The Carmel company serves the utilities, health care/life sciences, oil and gas, agriculture, and transportation/distribution industries. It uses its platform MeshVista® to accelerate delivery of products and services that connect devices, data, people and processes.

SteadyServ Technologies provides a mobile Software as a Service inventory and beer management system for the beer industry. The company, based in Carmel, has attracted attention from the New York Times and the Washington Post. Polleo Systems Inc. of Carmel uses such techniques as hybrid server virtualization and complex data continuity plans to customize cloud computing in ways that enable its clients to meet their business objectives.

Beck’s Hybrids, headquartered in Atlanta, Ind., has embraced Big Data and developed its FARMserver™ product, a mobile web tool that enhances farmers’ opportunities for cost-effective precision farming.

Exacq Technologies manufactures video management system software and servers used for video surveillance at its Fishers facility. It serves the educational, corporate, retail and health care markets. Expedient Data Centers’ Carmel location is one of 11 in a nationwide network that provide managed services and network connectivity, including colocation and cloud computing, to commercial, business, education and government customers.

Telamon Corp., headquartered in Carmel, seeks to simplify business by offering material distribution services; business process outsourcing; program and project management; engineering and installation services; energy management; and creation and delivery of comprehensive green energy programs.