CDC Acquisitions
to 1984


1957
Cedar Engineering

1960
Control Corporation

1961
Scientific Computers, Inc.

1962
Holley Computer Products Company (equally owned by CDC and Holley Carburetor Company, Warren, MI)

1963
(Meissner) Meiscon Engineers, Inc. (later Meiscon Corporation)
Bendix: Computer Division
Beck's Inc.
Electrofact N.V
Itek Corporation: Digigraphic System Business
Daystrom, Inc.: Control Systems Division
Bridge, Inc.

1964
Rabinow Engineering Co. Inc.
General Time Corporation: Transacter Business of their Stromberg Division
Computer Laboratories, Inc.
Holley Computer Products Company (CDC previously owned 50%)
Adcomp Corporation
TRG, Inc.

1965
Data Display, Inc.
Datatrol Corporation
Computech, Inc.
Glen W. Preston Associates, Inc.
General Precision, Inc.: Librascope Group: Commercial Computer Division
Howard Research Corporation
GPI Computers, Canada, Ltd.
Computing Devices of Canada Limited: Computer Systems Division
Waltek, Limited

1966
Samarughi & C, S.p. A

1967
Automatic Controls Company, Tart Ide, Inc. (subsidiary)
H.A. Rogers, Inc.
Industry Research, Inc.
C-E-I-R, Inc. (plus 4 subsidiaries)
Ultimate Systems Corporation

1968
Mega Industries
SCM Corporation: Data Processing Systems (Typetronics) Division
Miami Institute of Technology
Business Automation Institute, Inc.
Electronic Accounting Card Corporation
Data Media, Inc. (acquired w/ EACC)
Pacific Technical Analysis, Inc.
Fabriek Van Meetwerktuigen, N.V. (subsidiary of Electrofact N.V.)
Jay Shuler Company, Inc.
Commercial Credit Company (CCC) (plus 166 subsidiaries)
Victor Comptometer Corporation: Business Forms Group (was Nebraska Salesbook Company)
Skyline Electronics, Inc.
Automation Institute of Newark
DeWit, N.V.

1969
Automation Institute of Pittsburgh
American Business Systems, Inc.
Printed Circuits, Inc.
Audio Devices, Inc.: European Business
Computing Devices of Canada, Ltd.
Marshall Communications
Precision Data Company, Ltd.

1970
Computer Communication Network: Airlines Division
Automation Institute, Orange County
Data and Marketing Systems, Inc.
Automation Institute, San Fernando

1972
Syntonic Technology, Inc.

1973
Nuclear Associates International Corp.
Service Bureau Corporation
Automation Institute, Long Island
Systems Resources, Inc.
ITT Data Services (U.K.)
ITT Industries SA (Brazil)
ITT Data Services (Domestic)
Greenvich Data Systems, Inc.
Comma Corporation
Kerotest Manufacturing Corporation
Ultronic (purchased remaining 51% of Brokerage Transaction Service)
Source Data Control

1974
Lease bases of Memory Technology, Inc.
Davidson Computer Services, Inc.
Comma Services Ltd. Canada
Dun Carbon & Ribbon Company

1975
Compu-Net, Inc. (purchased remaining 75%)
The Medlab Company
CRI Data Services
Betty Crocker Creative Learning Centers, selected assets

1977
Canadian Computer Supply, Ltd.
American Health Corporation
Control Data Education Company

1978
Micro-Bit Corporation (purchased remaining 50%)
Computing Associates, Inc.
Paperwork Systems, Inc.
From Yorke Medical Group, Inc.:

Life Extension Institute, Inc.
Inter Health, Inc.
Health Consultants of Denver
International Medical Center Paperwork Systems, Inc.

1979
Cincinnati National Market System of Weeden Holding Corporation (plus royalties)

1980
General Electric: Geniponics Division

1981
Information Systems Design
Electronic Realty Associates (acquired by CCC)
PRN, Inc.

1982
Economic Information Systems, Inc.
Computer Industries Corp.
Tabershaw Occupational Health Firm
Central Savings Assoc.
Maryland Capital Savings and Loan

1983
Abat-United Kingdom
Amity Savings and Loan
Doane-Western, Inc.
Chase Credit Services
Holoquin and Associates
United Information Services
ETA Systems (subsidiary formed from Control Data supercomputer operations)

1984
Talbot Communications