OESMAGRABBIT IS A OESMAGRABBIT IS AN SAN ANTONIO'S PREMIER MINORITY OWNED AND SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN ENTERPRISE HEADQUARTED IN AUSTIN, TEXAS.
OESMAGRABBIT, LLC is a joint venture partnership between Lieutenant General (Retired) Ricardo Sanchez and Tommy Hodinh.
Lieutenant General (Retired) Ricardo Sanchez is the founder and CEO of MBN USA magazine, a 33-year-old publication that promotes certified minority-owned business inclusion and corporate supplier diversity programs. Hodinh is the Founder and CEO of MagRabbit, Inc. A 30-year-old Global Software and Supply Chain management company.
OESMagRabbit satisfied customers include Toyota, Dell, AT&T, HEB, UT Austin and a number of others.
OESMagRabbit LCC is 51% minority-owned business owned and 49% Asian American owned.
Both Lieutenant General (Retired) Ricardo Sanchez and Hodinh are award-winning certified MBE suppliers of the National Minority Supplier Development Council and its affiliates the Dallas Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council and the Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council.
Lieutenant General (Retired) Ricardo Sanchez and Hodinh are committed leaders in their respective minority communities and civic leadership.
Mtech's core competencies include:
Legacy Modernization to Distributed Platform
ERP Integration and DevOps Support
SalesForce Cloud Development and Migration
Azure, AWS and Google Cloud DevOps
E-Commerce Website Development & Support
IOT Engineering Design Services.
AUTOSAR Embedded Software Development
For 25 years, companies large and small have entrusted us to build, deliver
or develop their services and software.
Our partnerships facilitate business alignment, top-notch customer experiences, scalability, and new business opportunities. We handle partnerships with care, recognizing that the most successful ones require thought and attention. Partnerships provide great opportunities for entrepreneurs to optimize impact. They provide an avenue for sharing risk, exchanging ideas, building capital and pooling resources.
Over the years, our partners have included:
THE BENEFITS OF PARTNERSHIPS
Partnerships between entrepreneurs and thinkers have inspired innovation and shaped the way we communicate. Here’s what we’ve learned from some of the world’s most well-known partnerships — like Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak — as well as lesser-known partnerships, such as J.P Morgan, the Vanderbilt’s and Edison.
Combine Skill Sets
Steve Jobs’ marketing savvy and Steve Wozniak’s intellectual prowess were the essential ingredients that led to Apple’s success. Without one, the other might not have succeeded. Ultimately, Jobs’ ability to sell Wozniak’s products made both of them billionaires.
Coco Chanel was a legendary hero among top fashion circles. It was French financier, Pierre Wertheimer that made her a household name. Pierre partnered with the famous designer to develop her into an international brand. Pierre made the famous Chanel No. 5 accessible to the world, through marketing savvy, business connections and capital. He was able to leverage an existing customer base to catapult Chanel No. 5 and make it one of the best-selling perfumes in history.
Improve Customer Experience & Reduce Cost
MSNBC was created by Microsoft and GE/NBC in 1996. Microsoft invested $220 million for 50% of MSNBC.
Boost Market Leadership
In March 2007, General Electric’s NBCUniversal, News Corp’s Fox Entertainment and the Walt Disney Company’s ABC, Inc. partnered to create Hulu.com. The ownership was shared equally among the entertainment partners at 27 percent. Through their collective efforts, Hulu became a market leader offering unrivaled content to the masses.
Pool Resources for R&D
Throughout the 1870s and 1880s J.P Morgan and the Vanderbilt’s funded Thomas Edison’s research. In 1879, Edison invented the electric light bulb and formed the Edison Electric Company. After only three years, the Edison Electric Company had 121 power stations across the country. The early seed capital from Edison’s partnerships helped fund one of the most important inventions in human history.
Chairman & CEOOESMagRabbit, LLC.
Lieutenant General (Retired) Ricardo S. Sanchez retired from the U.S. Army in 2006 after 33 years of service. While active duty, his assignments included tours in the United States, Korea, Panama, Germany, Kosovo, and the Middle East.
Upon promotion to Brigadier General, Sanchez served as the Director of Operations and Director of Strategy, Policy, and Plans for U.S. Southern Command, which is responsible for all U.S. military operations in the Western Hemisphere. While serving in Kosovo, he led all military operations and executed the integration of interagency operations in the U.S. sector during the December 1999 to June 2000 timeframe.
From June 2000 to June 2001, Sanchez served as Director of Operations, U. S. Army Europe before he assumed command of the 1st Armored Division. In March of 2003, he deployed the Division to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, the logistical footprint of operations stretched across all of Iraq, supporting over 145,000 troops from 36 nations with all classes of supplies. In June 2003, he assumed command of V Corps and Combined Joint Task Force 7, which was responsible for all coalition operations in the country of Iraq after the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime.
Sanchez retired in November 2006 as the longest-serving V Corps Commander and the highest-ranking Hispanic officer during that period. An inherent duty in all of his assignments was assuming direct responsibility for the strategic and tactical supply chain management and logistical support of the forces assigned. Post-retirement, LTG Sanchez served as an independent security consultant, providing services to international entities in Africa, Central America, Mexico, Europe, and the United States for over four years.
LTG Sanchez graduated from Texas A&I University (BS Ed Math, History) and the Naval Postgraduate School (MS-Operations Research Systems Analysis Engineering) in Monterey, California. He has been the Chief Executive Officer of OES since its inception in 2012.
President & COO
Thanh (Tommy) Hodinh is a Vietnamese American. Tommy earned a BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas-El Paso. After his graduation, Tommy joined IBM where he worked for 15 years. His tenure at IBM included Management in Manufacturing and Product Development Engineering.
He continued to further his studies by completed Advanced Management Education Program (AMEP) for CEO at Kellogg of School of Management and MIT. Tommy started MagRabbit, Inc., www.magrabbit.com, in 1990 and today MagRabbit is a leading Global Software Services and Supply Chain Management to Fortune 1000 companies. Tommy is the Founder & CEO of MagRabbit, Inc.
President and CEO: MagRabbit Inc, MagRabbit Vietnam Ltd, MagRabbit Global Software Services LLC, MagRabbit AIW LLC, and MagRabbit Dedicated Fleet LLC and MagRabbit- AU LLC ( Dallas)
Awards and Recognitions: HEB MBE Supplier of the year, South Minority Supplier Development Council MBE of the Year, Asian Leader Circle by U.T. Austin, Top MBE of the Decade - MBE News, National Asian Owned Business of the year, US Congressional Special Recognition, National Asian Entrepreneur of the year, National NMSDC Minority Business Enterprise of the year, E-10 Award by HMBC 2002 ( Houston Minority Business Council), CSTMBC MBE of the Year, MBDA Director Award- US Department of Commerce, DELL MBE Supplier of the year Award, Novell Platinum Supplier Award
Community Services: Board of Directors of United Way Austin, Texas; Austin Children Museum; Huston-Tillotson University, Austin, TX; Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce; Central/South Texas Minority Business Council, Austin, TX; People Community Clinic
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