7 Dallas-area companies have been named to the 2022 Technology Fast 500 by Deloitte » Dallas Innovates

Deloitte has released its 2022 Technology Fast 500 ranking, and seven Dallas-area companies are on the list. The annual report lists the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy technology companies in North America.

In its 28th year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 honors the most innovative, fastest-growing public and private companies across North America. Deloitte said it created the awards program to recognize the passion and dedication it takes to be “an industry disruptor.”

“This year’s Technology Fast 500 list reflects some of today’s most determined and inspiring pioneers who have succeeded by anticipating what’s next, understanding what it takes to succeed, and driving creativity,” said Christie Simons , Partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP and industry leader in technology, media and telecom within Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance practice. “Representing all facets of technology, the winners have demonstrated that they not only have the vision, but can lead their businesses through rapid growth. We congratulate each winner on their impressive achievements.”

This year’s #1 company was California-based Vir Biotechnology with growth of 125,138%.

The ranking is compiled based on submitted applications and database research from public companies, with winners selected based on their percentage revenue growth in the fiscal year over a three-year period, Deloitte said.

Here are North Texas companies that made the list:

Chintan Shah

No. 149
Brainvirus Infotech
Managing Director Chintan Shah

Brainvire Infotech, an award-winning digital transformation agency based in Plano, is ranked #149 with growth of 972%. Brainvire provides consulting, design and engineering solutions to a variety of industries and companies worldwide. Chintan Shah is CEO of Brainvire Infotech Inc.

Mahendra Alladi

No. 212
CEO Mahendra Alladi

ACCELQ is a Dallas-based company that is the only cloud-based continuous testing platform that seamlessly automates API and web testing without writing a single line of code. It ranked 212th on the list with a 711% growth. Mahendra Alladi is the CEO.

Andrew Schaap, CEO of Aligned Data Centers [Photo: Aligned Data Centers]

No. 240
CEO Andreas Schaap

Aligned, a Plano-based data center platform focused on adaptable and future-proof technology, ranks 240th with 638% growth. In 2020, we wrote about Aligned’s closing of a $1 billion credit facility, one of the largest in the history of data centers. The company’s chief executive officer is Andrew Schaap.

Chakri Gottemukkala, CEO and co-founder of o9 Solutions [Photo: o9 Solutions]

No. 396
o9 solutions
Managing Director Chakri Gottemukkala

o9 Solutions, a Dallas cloud-based business management platform, ranks 396th on the list with growth of 330%. The company drives the digital transformation of integrated planning and operations. Chakri Gottemukkala is CEO.

Sanjay Jupudi

No. 426
Managing Director Sanjay Jupudi

Qentelli, a Dallas-based company that enables organizations to run, grow, and transform their businesses through technology and “digital twins,” ranked #426 with growth of 298%. Here’s a look at our profile of President and Founder Sanjay Jupudi.

Tony DiBenedetto

No. 461
CEO Tony DiBenedetto

Appspace, a Farmers Branch-based software platform that delivers content to workplace devices and digital signage, makes the list 461st with growth of 269%. The company helps companies to connect their digital and physical workplaces with communication, workplace and management solutions. Tony DiBenedetto is the CEO.

Shridhar Mittal

No. 481
CEO Zimperium CEO Shridhar

Zimperium, a Dallas-based mobile security platform, ranks 481st on the list with growth of 252%. The company says it’s the only mobile security platform built specifically for businesses, securing both mobile devices and applications so they can securely access data. We wrote about how Google chose Zimperium to review applications in the Google Play Store. Shridhar Mittal is the company’s CEO.

23 Texas companies

A total of 23 Texas companies made the Technology Fast 500 list. Other Technology Fast 500 companies in Texas include:

No. 93 OJO LabsSoftware and Services, Austin, 1.769%, CEO John Berkowitz
No. 101 L7 Computer Science Inc.Software & Services, Austin, 1,543%, CEO Vasu Rangadass
No. 108 Accuhealth TechnologiesLife Sciences, McAllen, 1,372%, CEO Stephen Samson
No. 120 MeasuredSoftware & Services, Austin, 1,190%, CEO Trevor Testwuide
No. 203 SpyCloudSoftware & Services, Austin, 737%, CEO Ted Ross
No. 236 overhaulSoftware & Services, Austin, 646%, CEO Barry Conlon
No. 242 CrowdStrike holdingsSoftware & Services, Austin, 636%, CEO George Kurtz
No. 299 ActivTrakSoftware & Services, Austin, 485%, CEO Rita Selvaggi
No. 303 AlertMediaSoftware & Services, Austin, 478%, CEO Christopher Kensey
No. 327 Molecular Templates Inc., Life Sciences, Austin, 434%, CEO Eric E. Poma
No. 356 emboarderSoftware & Services, Austin, 393%, CEO Brent Pearson
No. 372 onitSoftware & Services, Houston, 369%, CEO Eric E. Elfman
No. 385 CrowdStreetFintech, Austin, 348%, CEO Tore Steen
No. 397 NinjaOneSoftware & Services, Austin, 328%, CEO Sal Sferlazza
No. 402 StiristaSoftware & Services, San Antonio, 324%, CEO Ajay Gupta
No. 404 digital turbineSoftware & Services, Austin, 319%, CEO William G Stone

Here you can find all winners on the Deloitte website.

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