The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is underway, the spring season is just around the corner and Dallas-Fort Worth tech companies are continuing to innovate with hospital-at-home health care, outside-in supply chain planning and more. Keep reading to catch up on local tech news you might have missed this week with the Built In Dallas weekly refresh.
DFW was well-represented in the Inc. Regionals. Inc. magazine recently compiled a regional list of the fastest-growing private companies based on their percentage of revenue growth from 2018 to 2020. Of the 141 companies listed from the Southwest, 39 are from the DFW metro. These local companies brought in $1.3 billion in revenue and added 3,854 new jobs to the region. [Built In Dallas]
Pariveda is growing. The Dallas-based consulting firm plans to add another 100 employees to its 800-person team by early 2023. The growth will be fueled by an expected 15 percent revenue spike this year, as well as the acquisition of two management consulting firms: New York-based Sustena Group and Thought Ensemble, which has offices in Denver and Dallas. [Dallas Business Journal]
o9 Solutions tests outside-in supply chain concepts. Dallas-based o9 Solutions is the developer of Digital Brain, an enterprise AI platform that helps businesses make smarter decisions. o9 Solutions and Supply Chain Insights are looking for businesses to pilot test outside-in supply chain concepts, building upon its Project Zebra think-tank initiative to drive supply chain improvement. [North Texas Inno]
NTT Data announced its new Hospital at Home program. NTT DATA, a Tokyo-based IT consulting company with a U.S. headquarters in Plano, unveiled a program that helps healthcare systems care for patients at home. The new software connects patients and clinicians; collects and transmits data for rapid remote care; and allows for clinical innovation through AI, robotics, virtual reality tools, remote imaging, smart beds and other advanced, in-home monitoring technologies. [PR Newswire]