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June 29, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Lending substantial weight to our story that Thomson was about to buy all rights to the Nomad database-driven applications generator (CI No 700), Agence France Presse reports from Paris that the Syseca software engineering and services subsidiary of Thomson-CSF SA has acquired Nomad, and, possibly, with it all that is left of Dun & Bradstreet Computer Services, the former National CSS. The headquarters of D&B Computer Services in Wilton, Connecticut was still refusing to comment yesterday. Thomson is said to want Nomad for military work.

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