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OneCommand Named Among the Nation’s Fastest Growing Companies

September 14, 2009

COSTA MESA, Calif. — OneCommand, a provider of automated multi-channel marketing for the automotive industry, announced that Inc. magazine ranked the company No. 657 on its Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States.

OneCommand, which has achieved a three-year sales growth of 422 percent, appeared on the Inc. 5000 list for the third consecutive year.

“To be recognized by Inc. again this year is an honor. We are excited to attribute much of our continued growth to the fact that more and more businesses are realizing that making an investment in CRM simply isn’t enough and that it takes work to see the real value of this asset. True ROI will happen when an RPM solution is paired to work alongside the CRM, making the customer information actionable. The result will be turbo-charged increases in loyalty, retention and frequency of purchase,” said OneCommand CEO Al Babbington.

“Given today’s economic challenges this strategy is more essential than ever. Businesses will continue to challenge their spending in more traditional media and shift a hefty percentage of those dollars to alternatives that provide measurable ROI, like our RPM solutions,” he added.

OneCommand offers multi-channel communication solutions, which are designed to optimize the overall ownership experience for automotive consumers. In 2008, the company delivered over 150 million personalized communications on behalf of over 4,000 clients throughout North America.

The 2009 Inc. 5000 list appears in the September issue of Inc. magazine.

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