1972 was a year of general economic improvement in the computer industry. After approximately two years of inactivity, our clients began renewing their technology investments. Unlike many other smaller firms in our industry, we survived the recession and were there to help with our trained staff, as envisioned earlier by our Management Team. Our steady growth continued. In 1973, with the recovery in full swing, our revenues grew by 41% over 1972. “The demand for experienced and highly qualified programming personnel at a reasonable rate and backed by a financially solid company is increasing, due simply to the value received by the computer user. Therefore, we view a future of continued profitable growth with confidence.” (Frederick W. Lang, President, in letter to shareholders, AIC Annual Report as of June 30, 1973.)

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