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September 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Oasis Technology Inc., a software producer that recently moved from Oxnard to Camarillo, has been named the ninth-fastest-growing U.S. Latino-owned business. The firm's sales grew from $190,000 in 1988 to $4.7 million in 1992, according to Hispanic Business magazine. Oasis develops systems that allow companies to track and analyze customer calls and complaints. The concern was founded in 1979 by George Baldonado, its chief executive officer.
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September 13, 1994 | Jack Searles
Oasis Technology Inc., a Camarillo software firm, has carved out a niche producing systems that track and analyze customers' calls to public utilities. Last year, Oasis began helping Southern California Gas Co. computerize information about such calls. That project is continuing, reports Oasis President George Baldonado, and additional contracts have recently been received from the state's two local telephone companies, Pacific Bell and GTE California.
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BUSINESS
September 13, 1994 | Jack Searles
Oasis Technology Inc., a Camarillo software firm, has carved out a niche producing systems that track and analyze customers' calls to public utilities. Last year, Oasis began helping Southern California Gas Co. computerize information about such calls. That project is continuing, reports Oasis President George Baldonado, and additional contracts have recently been received from the state's two local telephone companies, Pacific Bell and GTE California.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Oasis Technology Inc., a software producer that recently moved from Oxnard to Camarillo, has been named the ninth-fastest-growing U.S. Latino-owned business. The firm's sales grew from $190,000 in 1988 to $4.7 million in 1992, according to Hispanic Business magazine. Oasis develops systems that allow companies to track and analyze customer calls and complaints. The concern was founded in 1979 by George Baldonado, its chief executive officer.
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February 23, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
An Oxnard software company, Oasis Technology Inc., is providing a multimedia system for tracking communications between Southern California Gas Co. and its more than 4 million customers. The system, called Oasis, records and stores information related to gas company customers' comments, complaints and problems. The information is stored on computer disks and is instantly accessible to all computer work stations within the giant utility, according to Oasis President George Baldanado.
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April 4, 1995 | Jack Searles
Oasis Technology Inc., a Camarillo software concern that helps companies track customer inquiries and complaints, says it is expanding its marketing efforts in Ventura County. In the past, privately held Oasis has done most of its business with large customers outside the county, said President George Baldonado. He said Oasis, which posted $4 million in sales in the year ended Sept.
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October 19, 1991 | PAUL PAYNE
Nearly 100 women and minority business owners in Ventura County listened Friday as James Sandoval recounted a story of humble beginnings, hard work and financial success. Speaking in Oxnard before a group learning how to get contracts with public utility companies, the Latino concrete supplier talked of racial discrimination that threatened to stunt his firm's growth. But persistence and hard work eventually helped him overcome the obstacles, he said.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
An Oxnard software company, Oasis Technology Inc., is providing a multimedia system for tracking communications between Southern California Gas Co. and its more than 4 million customers. The system, called Oasis, records and stores information related to gas company customers' comments, complaints and problems. The information is stored on computer disks and is instantly accessible to all computer work stations within the giant utility, according to Oasis President George Baldanado.
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