ZeOmega Named to MTBC Fast Tech Listing, Honoring the Fastest Growing Tech Companies in North Texas

In its third consecutive year ranked, ZeOmega secures #11 position from Metroplex Technology Business Council

ZeOmega Named to MTBC Fast Tech Listing, Honoring the Fastest Growing Tech Companies in North Texas

, the premier provider of software solutions for , has been named to the Annual Fast Tech Award listing the top 35 tech companies by growth in North Texas. The announcement was made Friday, August 23, at the Metroplex Technology Business Council’s Tech Titans Awards Gala, sponsored by Travis Wolff, LLP, Comerica Bank and .

With revenue growth of 196 percent from 2010 to 2012, ZeOmega ranked #11 for 2013 and is one of only five companies appearing on the list three consecutive years. Previous rankings for the company were #13 in 2012 and #24 in 2011.

"2012 was yet another strong year for ZeOmega,” says Nandini Rangaswamy, executive vice president and CFO for ZeOmega. “The market continues to recognize our company as a leader in population healthcare management solutions and our growth demonstrates that we are delivering the solutions clients need for success. Further, we have been able to expand our reach into emerging markets to affect improved patient outcomes across a broader spectrum of stakeholders, both on the payer and provider sides. As we continue to grow, we expect to touch more lives to improve overall population health."

Founded in 2001, ZeOmega is the leading provider of software solutions for population healthcare management. ™, ZeOmega's web-based integrated care management platform, transforms traditional episodic-based care management into proactive and collaborative population healthcare management through electronic health record-enabled care plans, point-of-care tools, decision support, analytics and user-configurable workflows. ZeOmega’s solutions serve health plans, integrated delivery networks, and other payer and provider organizations seeking to implement accountable care models with the goal of improving quality while reducing costs.

In its 13 year, the Fast Tech Award honors the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, based on revenue growth from 2010 to 2012. The ranking is compiled from nominations submitted directly to the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), and through independent research using publicly available information conducted by the MTBC, Travis Wolff, LLP and Comerica Bank.

“At the MTBC, we keep our finger on the pulse of what is happening in the tech industry in North Texas,” says Bill Sproull, president and CEO of the MTBC. “These fast growing companies are what make our technology industry so vibrant…keep your eyes on them!”

ZeOmega’s powerful population health management platform delivers high-value, strategic solutions enabling payers and care-delivery organizations to improve individual health and provider performance. With deep domain expertise and a comprehensive understanding of complex population health challenges, ZeOmega serves as a “true-north” partner for clients—offering flexible deployment and delivery models that leverage an innovative platform designed to integrate workflow, analytics, content and communication capabilities. By consistently meeting customer expectations and project benchmarks, ZeOmega has earned a sterling reputation in the industry for responsiveness and reliability. For more information, visit or call 214-618-9880. Follow on , or .

The Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC) is the innovation hub for North Texas’ technology community and actively connects entrepreneurs, universities and corporations for significant technological advancements. Founded in 1994 as a non-profit organization with approximately 300 members, it includes technology businesses and providers from across the DFW Metroplex. The MTBC is a focused on growing alent, nnovation, ech Titans, dvocacy and etworking. It promotes the Dallas region as the center of cloud computing and fosters a culture of innovation among major technology companies in the region. Events include monthly Tech Industry Luncheons, Cloud Computing Special Interest Group Events, CEO Forums, Tech Week in Austin and the annual Tech Titans Awards Gala event. More information about MTBC can be found online by visiting .

Founded in 1991, TravisWolff is a growing, independent accounting and advisory firm that offers a full range of assurance, tax and consulting services to emerging companies, established companies, and successful individuals and families. Additionally, TravisWolff provides specialized services in the areas of business valuation, compensation and benefits planning, IT auditing, collaborative divorce consulting, employee benefit plan audits, estate planning, exit planning, litigation services and forensic accounting. Headquartered in Dallas, TravisWolff serves clients in Texas, throughout the country and offshore. As a member of Moore Stephens International, TravisWolff extends its services to the global market. TravisWolff participates in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Peer Review Program and is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). For more information, please visit .

Comerica Bank’s Technology and Life Sciences Division is one of the nation's leading technology banking practices, offering a wide range of financial services tailored to corporate customers, entrepreneurs and professionals. Veteran bankers provide credit and financial services and products to young, growing, professionally backed technology and life sciences companies, as well as their more mature counterparts. The Technology and Life Sciences Division serves all major U.S. technology centers from offices coast-to-coast and its headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif. Comerica Bank is a subsidiary of Comerica Incorporated (NYSE: CMA), a financial services company that is among the 20 largest U.S. banking companies, with $57 billion in assets at March 31, 2010. For more information, visit .

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