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June 27, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Deutschland GmbH and Stuttgart-based Debis Systemhaus GmbH, a division of Daimler-Benz Interservices AG Debis – have formed a joint venture computer supply and services company in East Berlin, reports Computerwoche. The as yet unnamed company, in which Debis has a 75% share and Hewlett the rest, will supply organisations in East Germany with standard hardware and software, as well as providing a number of back-up services. Hewlett’s role will be to provide complete systems based on its computers; nonetheless, Hartmut Braun, in charge of strategic planning at Debis Systemhaus, stresses that the new company will be completely free in its choice of products for all software and project business. The company will start with around 200 employees, almost exclusively East German, and is planning to establish further East German offices in Chemnitz and Schwerin.

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