Oasis.com Case Study
Industrial & Commercial - Energy Oasis
Oasis Martial Arts is a literally an oasis in the middle of the desert. Opened in , with the single mission of giving back to those without hope, owner Tony Redmond and the rest of his team share the power of martial arts with low-income students in El Mirage, Arizona. From the beginning, Tony wanted to help underprivileged students and he established the unwavering goal of not turning anyone away, regardless of their ability to pay. In order to offer this free training, Tony maintained his full-time job during the day and manages and teaches at Oasis during the evenings and weekends. Today their school has 60 active students and countless numbers of students who graduated and left the area for college as a result of the confidence and life skills gained through martial arts. Tony is a software systems analyst, as well as a martial arts instructor, so he originally wrote his own software program to run Oasis. This homegrown system worked for a while, but as his student base grew, he began to feel overwhelmed managing tasks like emailing students, staying up-to-date on the collection of payments, and tracking student information and belt rankings.
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