Subsidy Tracker Individual Entry
software company headquarters
The value of the subsidy package, its components and the projected job and investment figures came from: Vic Caleca, "Interactive Intelligence decides it's smarter to stay in Indiana," Indianapolis Star, November 3, 2000.
To encourage the company to build a new corporate campus, the state provided $51 million in EDGE tax credits and a $1.6 million training grant, while the city provided $8 million in property tax and business personal property tax abatements. Overlap with main Subsidy Tracker data: none.