[Julian] Which company was formerly known as the “Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company”? | Julian Trivia

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Which company was formerly known as the “Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company”?


  • IBM:The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company was founded on June 16, 1911. The company began as a merger of three manufacturing businesses orchestrated by the financier, Charles Flint. The company manufactured and sold machinery ranging from commercial scales and employee time-keeping systems to automatic meat slicers, and punched card equipment. Their first large contract was to provide tabulating equipment for the tabulation and analysis of the 1890 US census. The business grew quickly and was renamed International Business Machines in 1924.


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