1956 GE Computer Symposium
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CONTENTS

Purpose of Symposium

Index of Speeches

Speeches

Questions and Answers

 

 

INDEX OF SPEECHES

 

Welcome                           DR. W. R. G. BAKER

 

Industrial Computer Section, its charter, objectives and
plan of accomplishment -      H. R. OLDFIELD  

 

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Marketing - the requirements for forecasting, production
requirements. sales measurements and distribution
problems                        W. H. BLOODWORTH

 

Engineering - designing the product to meet the business
requirements                          DR. H. R. J. GROSCH

 

Finance - requirements for the records business
and control of a business          J. W. PONTIUS

 

Manufacturing - control of manufacturing processes. machines, material,
and  men to better serve business               H. F. DICKIE

 

Management - what the professional manager needs to more
effectively control his department W. L. MURDOCK

 

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ERMA - its meaning to General Electric  G. C. TROTTER


Development planning for Industrial Computer Section    K. R. GEISER

 

Business data processing and projecting operating
 plans R. H. HUEBENTHAL

 

Process and machine computers control and other 
special-purpose computers O. K. LINDLEY

 

SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
 

 

 

 

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