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I hope that because of the experience that we've gained, that we as an industry can help clients to realise the benefits better and not slip on some of the banana skins that we encountered along the way. 39 IT Perspective« 40 SUPPLIER PERSPECTIVES A UK VIEW Mike Watson, Director of Marketing and Technical Strategy at ICL: Mike Watson (born 1946) graduated from Cambridge University in Mechanical and Electrical Sciences. He was with Honeywell for 13 years in various technical and managerial positions, ending up as Technical Director of Honeywell Europe.

SUMMARY The three demands contribution are: to skills shortages; and emphasis of company balance sheet. on companies where IT can make a significant increase competitive advantage; to alleviate general to enable them to take advantage of the shifting accounting from the profit and loss account to the Watson reviews ICL1 s systems strategies and development future systems to help satisfy those customer demands. 41 programmes for IT Perspectives INTRODUCTION In the increasingly competitive world of the 1990s, business and industry will find that it is only by having effective information systems that give a true competitive edge and which meet their real commercial needs that they will be able to survive.

These two major thrusts are backed up by collaborative programmes between our in-house research teams and other Alvey and Esprit initiatives, providing us with the basic tools and infrastructure to develop knowledge-based systems well into the '90s. Our goal is that these systems integrate at all levels of our corporate departmental and personal information systems architecture. THE CHANGE TO A GLOBAL IT INDUSTRY I have focussed so far on how ICL as an information systems supplier is responding to the market needs.

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