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May 2, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

IMI Computing Ltd, the IMI Group Plc’s own IBM systems house, which has traded independently for five years, announced sales of UKP8.8m for 1987, an increase of 42% on the previous year: the firm says that external sales increased by over 70% to $6.1m in a year which saw the company take a majority interest in Warwickshire Computing, a UKP2.5m joint computing venture with Warwickshire County Council aimed at local authorities and the public sector (results not included); IMI managing director David Williamson, said that he expected to see further growth in the coming year via joint ventures and acquisitions.

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