Lone Star Analysis, a trusted provider of leading-edge predictive and prescriptive analytics, and guided artificial intelligence solutions, has made Tech Titans’ 2021 Fast Tech List, which recognizes the fastest growing technology companies in North Texas each year.
“Making it onto this year’s list reflects our push for constant innovation and consistent growth,” said Steve Roemerman, chairman and CEO, Lone Star Analysis. “We have always been committed to delivering actionable answers to complex problems. Clients keep coming back for this kind of quantifiable operational business value. They also depend on our pace of improvement, like our cloud migration, to expand the value we create. So, our growth comes from expanding our customer base and what we offer our customers.”
Tech Titans is the largest technology trade association in Texas. Serving as a connection for regional technology companies, it encourages organizations to collaborate, share and inspire creative thinking that fuel’s next-level innovations. The Fast Tech List is announced annually and recognizes tech companies located in Texas based on their three-year revenue growth. The ranking is compiled from nominations submitted directly to Tech Titans and Moss Adams.
Lone Star is a leader in both predictive and prescriptive analytics, as well as guided artificial intelligence. In the last three years, Lone Star has established a U.K.- based subsidiary to increase its global reach, expanded its competitive differentiation product line, TruPredict®, to include an easy-to-use cloud-based option and launched MaxUp™, an asset management analytics software suite. The effective execution of these, as well as other initiatives, helped contribute to the company’s rapid growth.
Individual rankings and growth percentages will be announced Wednesday, Jan. 19, at the Tech Titans Awards Gala. Additional details about the list and the event can be found on the Tech Titans website: https://business.techtitans.org/news/details/tech-titans-names-fastest-growing-tech-companies-in-north-texas