Farrell, Maureen
October 2009
Forbes Asia;10/19/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 16, p32
The article presents information related to Vextec, which has been ranked first on the Most Promising Companies list on the web site Forbes.com. It was founded by engineers Loren Nasser, Robert Tryon, and Animesh Dey in 2000. Without diluting their ownership stakes or going into debt, the threesome has managed to create a profitable enterprise. The company combined metallurgy with math to develop softwares. A statistical model that presents estimates regarding production was developed by Vextec.


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