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Balsam United Co.
PO Box 42124, Prince Sultan St, Al Murjana Tower, 3rd Floor
Jeddah 21541
Saudi Arabia

About Us

OASIS company is one of Al Murjan Holding Group. It is one of the leading family businesses in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia owned by members of the Bin Mahfouz family. OASIS company owns a local health information system built in the mid-1990s that specializes in the operation and management of hospitals. OASIS is one of the largest and most comprehensive systems for healthcare management in the Middle East, offering a wide range of Clinical and Non-Clinical subsystems, that can also run on a modular basis to suit the requirement of varying sizes of hospitals. In 24 years, it has become one of the best and most powerful operating systems in the local and Gulf markets. It has the largest market share in the operation of large and medium-sized hospitals. The market share reaches 26%, covering more than seventy hospitals in various cities of the Kingdom, in addition to the Sultanate of Oman.

Our Vision

To become the preferred integrated IT Solutions Provider for Healthcare in the region.

Our Mission

We strive to fulfill our clients’ needs by providing the best in class IT solutions and innovations.

Our Values

Integrity, Leadership, Ownership, Passion for Winning, and Trust.


Why Choose Us

Innovation: Our software provides the critical mechanism through which managers can lower the cost, compress the time cycles, and increase the value of innovation.

Sustainability: Developing the capability to deliver customer value today and tomorrow

 Integrity: Operational integrity is the merging of people, processes, and assets into a well-defined, highly efficient and proactive organization.

Adaptability: The extent to which a software system can adapt to or tolerate a change in its environment without external intervention.

 Security: The specified steps or measures used to protect the Operation System from threats, viruses, worms, malware or remote hacker intrusions.  

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