EduSource In The News
January 20, 2021
KO Business Solutions of Darien, IL is pleased to announce a joint partnership with Indianapolis based EduSource to provide Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Custom software is a powerful tool—for those who can afford it. EduSource hires student developers as apprentices to help develop business process software at a more affordable cost for companies with specialized needs.
November 30, 2018
EduSource offers college students $40,000 and real-world experience alongside senior-level developers through a two-year apprenticeship. Founder Jason Beutler says he got the idea when his software engineering students at Taylor University were writing better code than an outsourced team he was overseeing.
July 3, 2018
EduSource offers junior- and senior-level college students a two-year, paid apprenticeship in software development where they can make up to $40,000 while still in school. The apprentices are supervised by seasoned pros with 15-25 years of experience, but accountability is key at EduSource and apprentices work on almost every project.
May 9, 2018
Branded as “Software for Good,” EduSource has launched a campaign to assist one nonprofit organization with $25,000 in support through a custom software project.
TWO TECH COMPANIES INVESTING MILLIONS, 60+ JOBS TOTAL
April 17, 2017
EduSource, a custom software development firm, announced plans to expand its operations in Carmel, creating up to 30 new high-wage jobs by 2019. Through an emphasis on coaching, EduSource hires a network of student apprentices who work directly with full-time senior engineers to build custom software for clients.