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June 9, 2022 ShipSigma

Indy software company details $2M expansion

Indianapolis-based ShipSigma has announced plans to invest $2 million to expand operations. The company, which had developed a Software-as-a-Service platform to help customers receive the lowest parcel shipping costs, says it will add up to 125 jobs by the end of 2026.

Co-founder and CEO Chase Flashman says the investment is about more than just real estate, but talent coming into the pipeline.

“IUPUI’s School of Informatics is a key partner, and we’re really impressed with the students from that program who are already working with us,” Flashman said in written remarks.

 

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