“Giant Brains” for Business & Industry? (Mar, 1955)

“Giant Brains” for Business & Industry?

Would modern electronic equipment really improve a company’s operations…
decrease its costs?
If so-where?
In production control?
Payroll accounting?
Customer billing? Factory automation?
What make of equipment is best? What changes in company methods and procedures would be required?

To assist managements in answering such questions. The Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation through its Computer Systems Division, offers to business and industry the consulting services of a team of scientists, engineers and business methods and procedure analysts experienced in the application of modern analytical and machine methods. With no equipment of their own to sell to non-military customers, but with understanding of available machines and techniques, this group is in a position to be objective in its recommendations.

Other activities of the Computer Systems Division include a program of development of an advanced type of digital computer for military applications and operation of the company’s own computing center, consisting of extensive, general-purpose computing equipment.

These activities comprise a part of the program whereby The Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation seeks to maintain broad coverage of the important field of automation, computation and control.
The Ramo-Wooldridge
Corporation
DEPT. SA-7, 8820 BELLANCA AVENUE, LOS ANGELES 45, CALIFORNIA

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