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There are likely those who wonder why anyone should buy a computer-aided software engineering product from a company like Texas Instruments Inc, which over the years has shown itself to be a whole lot better at making chips than almost anything else it has turned its hand to – but Texas is so serious about its Information Engineering Facility that it highlighted the product at its annual meeting in Dallas the other day: coming out of work done to develop and manage the company’s own global communications network and information systems, Information Engineering Facility has won some powerful allies, to wit accountants Touche Ross & Co, which plans to use it to develop business systems for its clients; Scott Paper Co, which says it has successfully generated three systems using the IBM mainframe product; and Arthur D Little Inc, which plans to use the Information Engineering Facility to support its Information Systems Practice service.

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