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KERAUNO TO SPONSOR MARCO ANDRETTI AND ALEXANDER ROSSI AT HONDA INDY GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA

The communications workflow software company extends its partnership within Andretti Autosport


Indianapolis-based Kerauno will grace the sidepods of both Marco Andretti and Alexander Rossi’s racing machines for Sunday’s 90-lap race at Barber Motorsports Park. The communications workflow software company has been a long-time partner of the race-winning team through its sister company Axia Technology Partners, which has provided Andretti Autosport with voice and managed networks services for six years.
 
“We’ve had a strong relationship with AxiaTP for many years, and we’re excited to grow and expand our partnership through Kerauno,” said Andretti Autosport CEO Michael Andretti. “The Kerauno workflow solutions are being integrated into the Andretti Autosport offices, and have made a valuable impact in building efficiencies in our everyday processes. We’re looking forward to showcasing the lightning bolt on the 27 and 98 cars this weekend.”
 
Since launching as a standalone software business earlier this year, Kerauno is already experiencing significant momentum in both license and revenue growth. The company looks to double company headcount by year’s end and is hoping to leverage its partnership with Andretti Autosport’s Military to Motorsports program, which helps former active duty military personnel find meaningful careers in growth industries like motor sports, communications and technology.
 
“One of our initiatives for 2018 was to raise the general brand awareness of Kerauno and after several meetings with Andretti we felt there was no better place to start. Aligning with two high caliber drivers, a tremendous team and a program that pairs veterans with the workforce made for an easy decision”, said Kerauno CEO Josh Ross.  
 
 
Andretti (No. 98 Kerauno / Curb Honda) and Rossi (No. 27 Kerauno / MilitaryToMotorsports.com Honda) will join teammates Ryan Hunter-Reay (No. 28 DHL Honda) and Zach Veach (No. 26 Group One Thousand One Honda) to compete at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama April 22. The green flag will wave over Barber Motorsports Park at 3:30 p.m. ET with live coverage beginning on NBC Sports Network at 3 p.m.
 
For more information on Kerauno and to learn how Kerauno is changing the way businesses communicate and interact with fans and customers, please visit Keraunouc.com.