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  About Us

Established in 1990 and incorporated in 1996, Indian Boundary Software and Consulting, Inc. was founded by David Vicker, current president of the company. Originally a mechanical engineer, Mr. Vicker realized that computer science was his true calling and earned an M.S. in Computer Science from DePaul University. Mr. Vicker brings more than 15 years of management and software engineering experience to IBS&C and has worked with a variety of companies, both large and small, to provide cost effective business solutions. Mr. Vicker and his team of professionals are committed to excellence and your satisfaction.

Indian Boundary Software and Consulting, Inc. has such an interesting name due to the location of it's corporate offices. Located in Bolingbrook, Illinois, IBS&C's offices sit directly on what is called the "Indian Boundary Line". The following excerpt from an article in the Met (1995) describe how and why this was created.

"In the early 1800s, the need for improved land and water transportation prompted the Congress to consider internal improvements. Traders wanted to be able to travel unmolested between Chicago and the navigation headwaters of the Illinois River at Ottawa.... As of 1816, the United States had acquired from the Indians the greater part of what is now Illinois but not the lands adjacent to Lake Michigan including the Chicago Portage. The Indian Commissioners were instructed to negotiate for a tract of land which would connect the shores of Lake Michigan with the Illinois Purchase. On August 24, 1816, the United States concluded a treaty with the United Tribes of the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi. The tribes ceded to the United States a twenty mile wide tract of land through which white men were supposed to be able to travel safely. The "safe passage" runs diagonally from the southern extremity of Lake Michigan westward to the Mississippi."

Indian Boundary Software and Consulting, Inc.  is your "safe passage" to a successful project!



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