INBiz, Indiana’s Business Portal, Registers 750,000th User

INDIANAPOLIS (November 3, 2021) – More than 750,000 users are now registered in INBiz, Indiana’s one-stop resource for registering and managing businesses.

Created in 2016, INBiz serves as a single online location for numerous transactions with state government. The site provides a streamlined, customer-centric experience that reduces confusion, stress, and delays for Hoosier business owners.

“This is a major milestone that showcases the strength of the business climate in Indiana,” said Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan. “Three-quarter of a million people now use the state’s online portal that cuts red tape and makes it easy to do business in Indiana.”

Existing state partners include the Department of Revenue, Department of Workforce Development, Office of the Attorney General, Professional Licensing Agency, Office of Technology, the Indiana Small Business Development Center, and the City of Greenwood. Users can access various services for these agencies through INBiz.

Additional data about INBiz Users:

  • 93% of users are small businesses (0-25 employees)
  • 90% of users are in-state businesses
  • INBiz averages 500-600 new users per day

About INBiz

INBiz is the state of Indiana’s one-stop resource for registering and managing your business and ensuring existing businesses are compliant with state laws and regulations. It is a best-in-class portal that provides a streamlined and expedited process for your business needs. INBiz utilizes state-of-the-art security features so businesses can feel safe about inputting business information into the system. The locally-hosted INBiz call center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to answer questions and help new and existing users develop their profiles.

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