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Innovating in Indy

June 29, 2017

Move over Indy 500. This city has another main attraction, and it’s the talk of the town. The exceptional pool of emerging tech-talent in Indianapolis has drawn numerous leading technology organizations to the area – including Kronos!

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Kronos Technology Center of Excellence located at the PNC Tower in Indianapolis. In the five years since opening, Kronos has created more than 250 jobs in Indiana and built multiple thriving partnerships with top colleges and universities, including Ball State University, Butler University, Indiana University, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), and Purdue University.

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Just this month, more than 20 new hires from Indiana schools joined the Kronos team as part of an extensive 12-week training experience preparing them for project management and application consulting roles and focusing on Kronos Services and the customer experience. The June 2017 class (pictured!) is the first of two new hire groups intended to go through training at the Technology Center of Excellence this year.

If I had to pick three words to describe our Indianapolis office, I’d say innovative, strategic, and engaged sums it up pretty well. From the collaborative, agile office environment to the role of Indy Kronites in piloting a number of innovative process improvements (Kronos Paragon, for example), the Tech Center of Excellence is one of the many hubs where the magic happens –  where employees work together to help establish Kronos as a leader in workforce management and human capital management solutions. Shout out to all our Kronos offices and divisions across the globe as well!

Fun Fact: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is actually a Kronos customer.

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