April 1993
Accountancy;Apr93, Vol. 111 Issue 1196, p71
Trade Publication
This article reports on the formation of the Information Capture and Processing Association (ICAP) to integrate firms involved in developing, supplying and using information technology for the fast and accurate capture of data in computers in Great Britain. ICAP aims to become a forum for dialogue, development and interchange of ideas and education.


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