In its third consecutive year ranked, ZeOmega secures #11 position
from Metroplex Technology Business Council
FRISCO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Inc., the premier provider of software solutions for population
healthcare management, 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 The Dallas Business Journal.
Ron Wozny, Director of Marketing, and Julie Sizemore, VP of Client Relations, accept ZeOmega's 2013 Fast Tech award. ZeOmega ranked #11 of DFW's fastest growing technology companies. (Photo: Business Wire)
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. Jiva™,
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.