Unisys Users Association (UUA)
Apr 1989, on merger of 2 previous bodies, including Univac Users Association Europe. Charter last revised May 1996. Registered in accordance with UK law. As of 2010, ceased to exist.
Ensure protection of users' investment in equipment and systems, software and knowhow; exchange ideas on information technology products and services; review all aspects of Unisys products and services, commenting and making recommendations for policy changes and product development; influence computer industry standards and practices.Available with paid subscription only.
Common interest groups (3): Enterprise Server; Distributed Computing, E-Business, Internet; Communications and Networking. Interest group: TPV. Annual Senior Management Meeting with Unisys.
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Members in 42 countries
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