Chicago is quickly becoming a major city for innovation and women in technology. Helen Levinson, CEO of Indigo Interactive,
has been nominated for the 2015 Chicago Inno's 50 on Fire. The 50 on Fire award is given to celebrate creativity, drive and people who push Chicago forward as a tech hub.
We are enthused to be standing among such noteworthy finalists. The event takes place on December 2nd where the Indigo team will join Helen Levinson. As famously stated, “it’s a thrill just to be nominated!” Best of luck to Helen and the entire Indigo team!
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Indigo Interactive is a minority and woman-owned business that is "pushing the standard of education into the digital age." This year, the provider of
workflow management solutions released the Jura Platform, the first-ever SaaS model built specifically to the accreditation industry.
Indigo is featured in the Ed-Tech category and was featured here: Indigo Interactive creates certification and accreditation management systems for the education industry through SaaS software that overhauls the largely manual process. Their product, the Jura Platform, is the first ever Saas model specific to the accreditation industry, and allows clients to customize management systems. It's subscription-based, reduces need for staff support, and includes data collection and business intelligence. Indigo Interactive is led by Helen Levinson, who was a finalist for ITA's 2015 City Lights Prominent Woman In Tech Award. Under her leadership, Indigo Interactive made over $1.2 million in revenue with a 30 percent profit margin in 2014, its first full year. They estimate a 40 percent growth for 2016, and even more growth as Jura rolls out.