Gupta Corporation

Gupta Corporation

(company)
The vendor of SQLWindows.

Gupta Corporation provides application development and deployment software for client-server applications, consisting of a relational database, application development tools and transparent connectivity software.

Gupta employs 400 people in 15 offices worldwide, including the United States, Europe and Asia. Gupta's 1993 fiscal year income was $5.6 million and their revenue was $56.1 million. Gupta sells client-server system components for networks of personal computers.

http://wji.com/gupta/htmls/homepage.html.

Address: 1060 Marsh Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA.

Telephone: +1 (415) 321 9500. Fax: +1 (415) 321 5471.
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He left Oracle to become Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Centura Software Corporation (Nasdaq:CNTR), formerly known as Gupta Corporation, which he grew into one of the world's leading independent software tools and database companies by 1994.
Espinosa also held executive management positions at Visionael Corporation as vice president of worldwide sales and field operations, and Gupta Corporation, where he was responsible for managing the company's Americas operations as the vice president of the Americas.
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Stern's 20 years of financial experience includes his tenure as chief financial officer at a number of companies including Skire, Theatrix Interactive, Arbor Software and Gupta Corporation.
Gupta was given the award in "honor of his taking the first Indian-founded software company public on the Nasdaq exchange when Gupta Corporation became a publicly traded company in 1993 and for his string of entrepreneurial successes, which include writing Oracle Corporation's first business plan in 1981, as employee number 17 of Oracle.