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John Oates: Commentary

I was involved in Systems Design on the Ford Motors LEO II/11 between 1960 to its decommissioning on the instructions of Ford US to go IBM. In this time I was mainly responsible for a system to control and monitor the introduction of new models which resulted in a massive elapsed time reduction to launch.

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John Oates: Commentary

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