Bells and whistles

Smith, Ann
January 1999
Progressive Grocer;Jan99, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on the results of a survey on the progress being made by companies in the United States in their efforts to fix the year 2000 date conversion problem in their computer systems. Percentage of companies that have yet to start fixing the bug; Percentage of respondents who are not aware of the chip problem in other electronic devices.


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