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Tony Weber: Commentary

LEO Australia

"I was in the founding management group (Accountant/finance director) of the Australian subsidiary in the early 1960's under the management of Peter Gyngell.
I had 25 years service with the Leo/ICL group of Companies, which then lead to another 30 years in the industry including service in Hong Kong then Boston USA. I spent the last 18 years up to 2015 on the Board of the public Company Prophecy International Limited; an Australian listed software Company.

I have great memories of LEO, and the service it provided to the Australian business community in the early computer days, and enriched employment to 100's of staff in the IT industry.

Date : Unknown

Creator : LEO

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53414. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Tony Weber: Commentary

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