Anvl to move to Fishers, to create 41 new jobs

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By Michael Rheinheimer

Software developer Anvl recently announced it will create 41 new jobs in Fishers by the end of 2022. The company also will invest $125,000 toward building a permanent office space in the Meyer Najem building at 11787 Lantern Rd.

The company currently employs less than 10 people. The move is expected to be completed by the end of the month.

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Operating out of Indianapolis, the company is moving to Fishers to take advantage of what CEO and co-founder Robin Fleming called “an offer we couldn’t refuse.”

“(We’re) super excited with what Fishers is doing, with building out the community,” Fleming said. “We really were thinking about staying downtown, but when we came over and looked at the office space and worked with the city on what incentives we would get, we really fell in love with the space and wanted to be part of the vibrant tech community that they’re building.”

The move also will allow the company to scale for growth and add more positions as it grows.

Elaine Bedel, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corp., applauded the news.

“Anvl’s innovative technology puts a focus on improving the safety of workers across a variety of industries, including automotive, construction and energy,” she said. “The company’s commitment to innovation will not only create quality career opportunities for Hoosiers, but help fuel new safety solutions and standards for companies across the U.S. and around the world.”

Anvl produces software which produces real-time safety statistics.

“We deliver it with a mobile solution in the hands of a front-line worker or a supervisor,” Fleming said. “Think of that construction supervisor or someone working on a power generator, so the managers and leaders can look at the data and see what the worker is doing with the application.”

Fleming and her team created the company in October 2018. Fleming has 33 years of software development experience.

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