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June 7, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

The Computer Management Group UK Ltd says that its Payroll Division is ready to exploit market unification in 1992, and achieve a UKP50m turnover by the end of 1993. The company has set annual growth targets of 30% and it is looking for acquisitions in the UK, Holland, and Germany. The Payroll & Personnel Services division has major data centres in Middlesex, Manchester, Bristol, and Amsterdam, and it currently contributes UKP20m per annum. The division has grown rapidly with the rash of payroll-related changes that have taken place in the UK over the past few years, and CMG says that it has further enhanced the 4381-based MVS Payfact 2000 system. The system is claimed to be more responsive to personnel-oriented requirements, and it allows greater interaction between clients’ personal computers and CMG’s bureau-based database.

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