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OnTarget Computer Consulting
(818) 478-8492PO Box 465, Agoura Hills, CA 91376-0465
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Factors that raised OnTarget Computer Consulting's rating include:
- Length of time business has been operating.
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementPrincipal: Douglas Kruschen (Owner)
Number of Employees
Computers - Service & Repair, Information Technology Services, Computers - Networks, Computers Hardware, Software & Services
This provides computer repair, troubleshooting, technical support, and networking to businesses and residential clients
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