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March 11, 1969 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1969-03-11

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If you had to
design the ideal
computer organization
it would
probably look like
Computer Technology.
Now wouldn't you
like to join
your dream company?
We don't sell hardware. We don't lease back computers or rent machine time.
We're the new company that cares about the user and the va lues he should be gaining from his
computer installation, but probably isn't.
Our rapport starts with top management. We understand their problems and responsibilities, and
we understand computers. We help management establish firm control of their data processing
plans-plans that turn their computers from cost-reduction tools into profit generators.
Then we help meet these plans through a process we call professional implementation.
We implement our clients' total data processing plans from design through operation.
This is where-you come in.
We're now building the best organization of computer and business professionals in the industry.


We have opportunities in nearly every area of computer services, operations, sale s and manage-
ment-at facilities throughout the country.
We also offer an unusual environment for developing broad business backgrounds in the areas of
short and long-range planning, creative financial management, acquisitions and eval uation of
new-business opportunities.
We're creating one of the finest professional climates that a bright technical or business graduate will
ever have the opportunity to share.
And there's no better time to join us than right now.
Make an appointment through your Placement Officer to see CT's employment representative when he visits your campus on March
19. Or write to Gary Cadwallader, Corporate Director of Personnel, Computer Technology Inc., 65 E. South Water St., Chicago,
computer technology inc.


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