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Artemis - Distributed Processing for Project Management

This document was created to give a general overview of the Metier Artemis, not just from a technical viewpoint, but also from a historical one. 

Artemis originated as the Artemis Project Management System developed by Metier Management Systems in 1978, a sister product to Apollo, Metier's first Pert network scheduling system launched in 1977. Apollo and Artemis were the first large-scale project management systems available on mini-computers (as opposed to mainframes) and the world's first commercially successful relational database system.

We have an original document in our collection, and a PDF can be viewed here.

This was kindly donated together with the Artemis system by one of the founders - James Miller

Date : 1979

Creator : Metier

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH14375. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Artemis - Distributed Processing for Project Management

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