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SEP Named a Winning Company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards

* The majority of the following content was borrowed from various Orr Fellowship Marketing resources and compiled here to help readers achieve a comprehensive understanding of the program * WHAT IS ORR FELLOWSHIP? Orr Fellowship is a nonprofit…
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An Introduction to Orr Fellowship

* The majority of the following content was borrowed from various Orr Fellowship Marketing resources and compiled here to help readers achieve a comprehensive understanding of the program * WHAT IS ORR FELLOWSHIP? Orr Fellowship is a nonprofit organization created to match exceptional graduating college seniors with full­-time employment at dynamic, high performance Indianapolis area […]
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The SEP Foundation – Why Would We Do That?

SEP has a long history of giving to charitable causes. In our early days, we had three major shareholders, each of whom earmarked a set amount to give to a charity of their choice. Clean water in Africa, global adoption organizations and various educational initiatives were all causes dear to our founders’ hearts. While this […]
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SEP Announces Formation of Foundation

CARMEL, Ind. (September 5, 2019) – Carmel-based software product design and development company, SEP, has announced the formation of The SEP Foundation. The SEP Foundation has allocated $75,000 to grant recipients throughout the Indianapolis area. “From our employee-owned structure to the numerous ways our employees serve our community, giving back is part of who we […]
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SEP Partners with Gleaners to Provide Food for Hungry Hoosiers

One in eight Hoosiers struggles with hunger. Gleaners Food Bank was founded in 1980 with the simple mission to fight this crisis. Annually, more than 260,000 Indiana residents receive assistance from Gleaners Food Bank, of which more than 30,000 are seniors and nearly 100,000 are children. That’s why the work Gleaners does in 21 counties […]
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Do Something: Love Letters

Project 1: Do Something: Love Letters Don’t stop reading because of the project name – this isn’t as schmookie face as you think. DoSomething.Org is a cool organization for teens and they’ve challenged people to bring a smile to an older adult in their community on Valentine’s Day.  Through a partnership with Wheeler Mission, they […]
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SEP Announces Corporate Partnership with Indiana FIRST

Software Engineering Professionals (SEP), along with Indiana’s technical community, has long fought out-of-state companies such as Google and Microsoft in attracting and keeping excellent technology and science minds. In a competitive and evolving industry, finding technical talent is a growing concern central Indiana. With this in mind, SEP President and CEO Jeff Gilbert has announced […]
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SEP TeamWorks to Launch Latest Version This Month

In our first year we have had several thousand users download and use SEP TeamWorks (TeamWorks).  We have received your feedback, from those proclaiming the tool’s awesomeness to requests for added features and customization. We listened and next Tuesday (September 17), SEP will be launching a new release of TeamWorks.  This is the biggest release […]
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2012 Corporate Giving Infographic

The Community Involvement initiative kick started by the four officers at SEP was a chance to put into action the goodwill SEP spreads among its employees and their families. Through programs such as Pay-It-Forward as well as fundraising and supply collection, SEP has encouraged its staff to become active members of the community through multiple […]
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SEP TeamWorks Turns One

Just over a year ago we launched SEP’s first internal project. Created to address the constraints of the physical Kanban board with on-the-go project management, we wanted to share our versatile software solution with the rest of the world in hopes of aiding those with similar issues and a desire to untether themselves from traditional […]
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The Connected Engineer

One of the hats I wear at SEP is Recruiting Director – I’m responsible for the engineering talent we bring in. I was recently asked how recruiting has changed over time, things we’re looking for now that we didn’t before. The core criteria (must have’s, if you will) haven’t changed for us: Smart, Fit, and […]
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