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John Aris

John Aris

1934 - 2010

John Aris was a pioneer in using computers for business purposes.

Educated at Eton and Oxford, with a degree and life-long interests in the classics, he joined LEO Computers as a programmer in 1958. A career in LEO and its successor companies, including Chief Business Systems Engineer for ICL in 1968 was followed by heading the computer department of the Imperial Group, then becoming director of the NCC. 

He retained his interest in LEO up to the end of his life becoming a prominent and active member of the LEO Foundation and the LEO Computers Society.

An Obituary for John Aris, written by Frank Land, was published in The Guardian newspaper. To read it click on the following link :
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See also: 
Obituary in CCS Resurrection, no. 52 External Link : Click Here >>>
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