Stratford, CT, November 6, 2019 – The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and Marcum LLP announced KUBTEC has made the Marcum Tech Top 40 (TT40) list of fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut.
Kubtec develops and manufactures innovative tools in digital X-ray equipment for specimen radiography, scientific research, forensic analysis, non-destructive testing, irradiation, and more. "Kubtec is honored to be named one of the Tech Top 40 Finalists, it really confirms we are on the right track and making great stride in helping breast cancer surgeons perform more precise surgeries", said Kubtec founder and Chief Executive Officer Vikram Butani.
Kubtec's Mozart® system, the first portable intra-operative breast specimen tomosynthesis system, allows surgeons to take clear 3D images of tumor specimens in the operating room within seconds. It also enables visualization even through obstructions like dense tissue or skin while surgeons are performing lumpectomy procedures. While a lumpectomy has been demonstrated to be as effective as a mastectomy, with lower risk of infection and better cosmetic outcome, 20% of these patients will need a second surgery. The Mozart system has been clinically demonstrated to reduce re-excision rates by 50%.
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"The Mozart has changed the way breast surgeons are performing their surgery in the Operating Room, and we are thrilled to part of this shift in practice", added Butani.
About the Marcum Tech Top 40
The Marcum Tech Top 40 recognizes technology leaders in six industry sectors, with one winner in each category. Sectors include Advanced Manufacturing, Energy/Environmental, Life Sciences, New Media/Internet/Telecom, IT Services, and Software.
Tech Top 40 companies are both privately and publicly held and have at least $3 million in annual revenue and a demonstrated record of revenue growth in each of the preceding four years. More than 400 Connecticut technology companies have been awarded since 2008.
Winners will be announced November 20, along with the release of a video featuring senior executives from selected Marcum Tech Top 40 companies. They will speak about the secrets to their success along with thoughts and advice on the role that tech companies should play in Connecticut's economy.
About The Connecticut Technology Council
The Connecticut Technology Council is a statewide association of technology oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership in areas of policy advocacy, community building and assistance for growing companies. Speaking for 2,500 companies that employ some 200,000 residents, the mission of the Connecticut Technology Council is to spark innovation, cultivate tech talent, foster business growth, advocate for industry-beneficial law and policy, expand the scope of industry networking and professional development, and celebrate industry achievements in the state. The CTC seeks to serve Connecticut's technology ecosystem by providing leadership, support, mentoring, and advocacy to companies across every industry and at every stage of growth. For more information, visit http://www.ct.org