Dec 21, 2021
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — This week, Mesh Systems, an Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Accelerator, was announced as the Indianapolis Colts’ Business Spotlight winner.
“As an Indianapolis-based company for 75 years, Anthem is thrilled to partner with the Colts to improve the lives of the people, businesses and communities they serve in Indiana,” reads the Colts’ website.
The Business Spotlight announcement during the Colts game.
Founded in 2005, Mesh has a history partnering with enterprise and private companies across the world to alleviate their pain points and help solve their complex problems by ideating, developing, and operating end-to-end IoT solutions. Mesh’s engineers, product managers, and architects are experts across the entire IoT stack and have been pioneers in the Greater Indianapolis technology and innovation landscape.
“As proud Hoosiers, avid Colts fans, and Anthem customers, we were honored to have been featured by the Indianapolis Colts and Anthem as the ‘Business Spotlight’ winner this week. Over the past year, Mesh has expanded its ‘Mesh Gives Back’ initiative into a committee focused on lifting up the communities that we operate and live in. Now more than ever, our communities are facing unprecedented setbacks and we feel it is our duty to help. In that spirit, Mesh plans to match the $1,000 that was generously given to us by the Colts and make contributions to the Indianapolis-based Children’s Bureau and Wheeler Mission organizations,” said Andrew Cohoat, President & Chief Commercial Officer of Mesh Systems.
About Children’s Bureau Indianapolis
Children’s Bureau, Inc. is a private nonprofit that has served children and families since 1851 and we’re here because many families need help to overcome the challenges that sometimes lead to unhealthy behaviors and threaten a child’s well-being.
About Wheeler Missions
Wheeler Mission helps the homeless in Indiana. Wheeler is a non-denominational, Christian, social services organization, which provides critically needed goods and services to the homeless, poor, and needy of central Indiana without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, or religion.