|Founded 📆||May 1, 2017|
|Founder 👔||Tyrel Tachibana|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States|
Area served 🗺️
|Products 🎛️ 🧴||Web services, Software Consulting|
Number of employees
Tachibana Software Company (Tachibana Software) is a Oklahoma City-based provider of software consulting, custom software solutions, and dedicated web hosting with an additional presence in Albuquerque, NM.
Tachibana Software was founded in May 01, 2017 by Tyrel Tachibana in Oklahoma City, OK. Tyrel who was then an employee at OMES for three years. By 2016 Tyrel had wanted to give custom software solutions to government agencies without all the red tape that stopped the Oklahoma government from operating to its fullest capacity and decided to open shop in 2017 so that his love of software and serving people could coexist. In 2018, the company opened a branch in Albuquerque to a meet the needs of the State of new Mexico. In early 2019, the company opened its portfolio to include private businesses to help smaller companies get the help they needed to excel.
In 2019, Intercon ranked Tachibana Software in its list of top 50 technology companies for influence on the technology field and impact on the community.
IT Training Services
IT Project Management, Planning, Analysis, and Consulting
Application Development Services
Database Management Services and Business Intelligence
End User Support Services
System Administration Services
IT Security Services
Tachibana Software has always has close ties to the community to which it serves and prides itself on utilizing resources from local businesses and hiring locally. Tachibana Software has also always been a big supporter of the Japanese American Citizens League.
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