TechFW client CompuMatrice repeats on Inc. 5000 fast-growing list

FORT WORTH, TX. -- Inc. magazine has ranked TechFW client CompuMatrice No. 3681 on its 2018 Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies. CompuMatrice also was included in the 2017 Inc. 5000 list at No. 2350.
Companies that made the 2018 list, on average, grew six-fold since 2014; the U.S. economy has grown 11 percent in that time. Companies are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2014-2017. 
 “We are very proud to get this back-to-back recognition,” said co-founder and CompuMatrice Chairman of the Board Anirban Dutta. “My co-founder, Sandeep Junaghare, and I never envisioned this when we started a two-person software application development firm in 2011 out of the TechFW incubator (, which grew to a multi-million dollar business with offices in Dallas and Pune, India.
According to Inc. magazine, only one in three companies make the list twice in a row.
"This is your second time on the Inc. 5000, which is truly an extraordinary accomplishment," wrote James Ledbetter, editor-in-chief of Inc. Media." Making the list gets harder every year as your starting base grows." 
The past three years, CompuMatrice has invested heavily in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Blockchain, working with select startups, small- and mid-size businesses to create enterprise-level, multi-platform apps that utilizes AI and Blockchain. 
“There is a lot of clutter in the industry on the applicability of AI and Blockchain, especially for mid-market customers,” Dutta said. “We believe we may be one of very few in the industry who are providing specific measurable AI as a service and Blockchain-backed applications. 
“We will be engaging a go-to-market campaign with this service starting later this fall. We have been working closely withTechFW Assistant Director Hayden Blackburn, who has helped us refine the strategy and model.”
TechFW is a non-profit organization that has been helping entrepreneurs launch and grow emerging technology companies since 1998. It identifies entrepreneurs and startup companies with technologies that have a high potential for success in the marketplace and mentors, coaches, and relentlessly pushes them toward success.
“It’s always exciting to work with companies such as CompuMatrice that have shifted away from day-to-day operations to focusing more on growth,” Blackburn said. “They’re always hungry for more and identifying and moving in on new market opportunities. We are eager to continue doing work with CompuMatrice as it validates these new pathways for the company with AI and Blockchain.”
Last year, CompuMatrice soft launched in India an AI-enabled patient engagement platform under the brand name Patient Connect 360. The platform is made up of four components: 1) a Medical Passport (digital personal health record); 2) an Electronic Medical Record (EMR); 3) a Patient Portal; and 4) a Physician Portal. The platform uses AI and machine learning to create the optimum patient-provider collaboration.
“Unlike other software services firms that are experimenting in AI and Blockchain, we have used them extensively in our platform company Patient Connect 360. We have seen the value realization, much before we brought these offerings to our customers. And we are excited to market these offerings to startups en masse,” said Junaghare, the co-founder and COO.

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TechFW is a non-profit organization that helps entrepreneurs launch and grow emerging technology companies that have a high potential for success. It mentors, coaches and relentlessly pushes them toward success. TechFW has offices at the James E. Guinn Complex in Fort Worth, at the UNT Health Science Center’s Center for BioHealth and at the University of Texas at Arlington. For more information, call Darlene Boudreaux, Executive Director, at (817) 984-9840, email her at or go to .


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