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Case
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Reference no. 183-039-1
Authors: Albert S. Dexter (The University of British Columbia)
Published in: 1983

Abstract

The case involves the decision to purchase money amount imprinters and automated recognition equipment for the credit card processing of retail service station invoices. The decision involves selection of hardware, use of a service bureau, and use of Chargex, Recognition Equipment (REI) Canada, and IBM. The equipment was to serve as the front end of Royal''s credit and data processing system.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
USD750 million sales
Other setting(s):
1970

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Abstract

The case involves the decision to purchase money amount imprinters and automated recognition equipment for the credit card processing of retail service station invoices. The decision involves selection of hardware, use of a service bureau, and use of Chargex, Recognition Equipment (REI) Canada, and IBM. The equipment was to serve as the front end of Royal''s credit and data processing system.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
USD750 million sales
Other setting(s):
1970

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