CompuMatrice on Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List

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CompuMatrice on Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List

TechFW Client Embarks on Patient Engagement Platform Called Patient Connect 360

DALLAS, TX and PUNE, INDIA, August 18, 2017Inc. magazine has ranked CompuMatrice No. 2350 on its 2017 Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies.

Companies that made the 36th annual list, on average, grew six-fold since 2013; the economy has grown 6.7 percent. They are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2013-2016. CompuMatrice grew 154% during that period.


“We are very proud of this accomplishment,” said co-founder and CompuMatrice Chairman of the Board Anirban Dutta. “What started as a two-founder, software application development firm in 2011 out of the TechFW incubator ( ) grew to a multi-million dollar business with offices in Dallas, U.S. and Pune, India.


“In a very competitive enterprise web and mobile software development space, what sets us apart is that we not only start from concept and create, but we do not run away from maintaining projects and providing ongoing descriptive and predictive analytics for many well-known enterprise clients.”


Darlene Boudreaux, Executive Director of TechFW, said, “This is great recognition of the CompuMatrice team and the progress it has made. As a former Inc. 5000 CEO, I know how hard a team has to work to achieve this level of growth.  We are happy to have been able to support CompuMatrice the last few years and to continue that support as it grows even more.”


CompuMatrice is soon to bring to market its AI-enabled patient engagement platform under the brand name Patient Connect 360. The platform is made up of three components: a) an Electronic Medical Record (EMR); b) a Patient Portal; and c) a Physician Portal. The platform uses AI and machine learning and relies on collaborative filtering, content-based filtering and context-aware filtering to create the optimum patient provider collaboration.


By identifying and monitoring more than 30 interaction points, from physician search through appointment scheduling, medical data management and secured communication, the Patient Connect 360 Platform is completely differentiated from the legacy patient and physician portals.


“Our differentiator in enabling the value-based journey for U.S.-based clinics will be focused on improving quality and clinical practice improvement, reducing cost and advancing health information, all of which are key tenets of merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS), payments and practice transformation alignment,” said Dutta, who previously worked in leadership roles at IBM, CSC, Satyam and Sprint.


“As excited as we are with the Inc. 5000 recognition, we are even more excited to see what may come out of our Patient Connect 360. We have already got tremendous market validation and reception during the pilots and deployments we had in different practices in the last few months,” said co-founder and COO Sandeep Junaghare.

For more information on CompuMatrice, visit CompuMatrice

For more information, visit Patient Connect 360


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