LUMAVATE IN THE NEWS: Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) Features Lumavate

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by Stephanie Cox | Last Updated: Feb 8, 2015

Bill Godfrey, the 48-year-old tech luminary who steered software company Aprimo Inc. to a $525 million sale in 2010, has assembled his former Aprimo lieutenants for a Carmel-based tech startup that targets manufacturers.

The company is called Lumavate, and it sells subscription-based software that allows equipment manufacturers to get information to end-users via smartphone at their time of need. Anyone from industrial drill operators to home furnace repair technicians, for instance, can scan equipment labels to immediately access troubleshooting videos or order product-specific parts, Lumavate officials said.

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