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CompuMatrice, a TechFW client, has received the Dallas 100 award, recognizing it as one of Dallas’ Top 100 fastest-growing, privately-held companies for 2017. Earlier this year, CompuMatrice was recognized as an Inc. 5000 company, the magazine’s selection of the nation’s fastest-growing companies.

Dallas 100, now in its 25th year, is a collaboration between D Magazine and Southern Methodist University, that tracks company revenue percentage growth over a three-year period.

CompuMatrice was founded by Anirban Dutta and Sandeep Junaghare in 2011, and has been advised by TechFW since 2012. It is a software services company headquartered in Dallas, with locations in Connecticut, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana and Pune, India.

“CompuMatrice has an ambitious team that just keeps growing this business,” said Darlene Boudreaux, executive director of TechFW, in a news release. “ I expect we will continue to see big things from this client.”

According to the release, in 2018, CompuMatrice will focus on helping to provide accessible, affordable and quality healthcare in India and select developing world markets.

“India, like many developing markets, is a tale of two worlds,” Dutta said in the release. “On one side, there are extreme amount of diseases and deaths, mass access to basic healthcare is poor, per capita healthcare spending is too high and quality of healthcare is not good across the board.

“On the flip side, there are 100 million-plus internet users, 900 million-plus mobile subscribers, has one of the world’s younger and tech savvy population and pro innovation and business government,” Dutta said.

During 2017, the company beta-launched Patient Connect 360, an AI-enabled patient engagement platform. Dutta says the company’s goal is to provide 24/7 mass, real-time access to personal health data, as well as modernize small clinics, dispensaries and physician practices across India.

“We are very appreciative of TechFW as it is helping us navigate through the murky regulatory and strategic facets of this endeavor,” Dutta said in the release.


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