4WEB Medical, a medical technology company residing inside Frisco’s NTEC Center, has been named the “Fastest Growing Technology Company in North Texas” by the Metroplex Technology Business Council. The announcement was made at the Tech Titans Gala on August 21.
4WEB Medical uses 3D printing technology to develop its proprietary implant platform that can be applied to orthopedic procedures of the foot, ankle and spine. 4WEB Medical’s 3D printed patented Osteotomy Truss System has revolutionized implant device technology and is the first company to receive FDA clearance for an additive manufactured spine implant. CEO Jessee Hunt brought the company to NTEC in 2012. Website: 4webmedical.com
Also recognized as one of the top five “Fastest Growing Technology Companies in North Texas”, is OxySure, NTEC’s first member company to launch. OxySure Systems Inc. designs, manufactures and distributes respiratory and medical solutions. CEO Julian Ross brought the company to NTEC in 2004, it was launched from NTEC in 2008. OxySure Systems Inc., now a publicly traded company, remains in Frisco. Website: www.oxysure.com
The Metroplex Technology Business Council’s “Tech Titans Gala” was hosted by Comerica Bank, Dallas Business Journal and Travis Wolff.
NTEC provides startups and entrepreneurs a future in Frisco with the resources they need to get farther, faster. As one of the largest business accelerators in Texas, NTEC offers promising ventures access to expert guidance, enterprise-class infrastructure and a vast professional network. Established in 2002 through a partnership with the city of Frisco and it’s economic development corporation, NTEC is dedicated to fostering innovation, creating jobs and expanding the economic base of North Texas.