The year 2000 mess

Talsky, Gene R.; Scott, Robert W.
July 1997
Accounting Technology;Jul97, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p48
Trade Publication
Discusses the business opportunities presented by the year 2000 date conversion problem to accountants in the United States. Use as selling tool to reach minicomputer users who are considering downsizing to personal computer-based accounting systems; Informing clients about potential problems; Database that facilitates rapid selection of accounting software.


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