Pharmacy fulfillment solutions provider opens Indianapolis headquarters

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Pharmacy fulfillment solutions provider opens Indianapolis headquarters

The company already has 20 employees in Indianapolis and plans to create 420 new high-wage jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2023.

INDIANAPOLIS – A software-enabled provider of fulfillment solutions for pharmacies is coming to Indianapolis.

Inovation Associates, iA, opens the company’s global headquarters in central Indiana in April.

The company already has 20 employees in Indianapolis and plans to create 420 new high-wage jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2023.

Governor Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett helped make the Tuesday morning announcement.

“With a thriving technical ecosystem and a history of outstanding life sciences, Indiana is the perfect place for companies like iA to build their home base,” Holcomb said in a press release.

IA’s mission is to provide software-enabled solutions for the automation of pharmacies so that pharmacists do not spend a lot of time on phone calls with insurers.

During the press conference on Tuesday, CEO Marvin Richardson said that iA has three goals: getting the work out of pharmacies, reducing the cost of filling prescriptions, and improving the quality and safety of the prescriptions dispensed.

“Today’s announcement is a testament to our city’s strong partnership with the state of Indiana, as well as our business-friendly economic ecosystem, quality of life and ability to attract and retain high-wage jobs,” Hogsett said in a press release.

Headquarters is on the 15th floor of 8888 Keystone Crossing on the north side of town.

iA is recruiting pharmaceutical, software development, software development, mechanical and electrical engineering, product management, help desk analysis, sales, information technology and human resources jobs in Indianapolis.

Click here for a list of vacancies.

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