This year brought the first recession in the national computer marketplace – a selective recession in a sense, because many of the reductions were tied to military spending for computers and to the development of fewer special purpose systems. Regardless, our management team envisioned the future demand for programming and software development that was expected to increase in excess of 40% per year once the recession was over and the market recovery that was sure to follow. We already had a diversified base of more than 100 clients – a mix of computer manufacturers, banks, hospitals, insurance companies, and manufacturers. And our technical talent continued to grow and evolve. By the end of our fourth year, our analytical and programming services included consulting, systems analysis, programming, documentation, and training.


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