Association of Information Systems Professionals (AISP)
Feb 1972, as International Word Processing Association (IWP). Listed title adopted 1983. Ceased to exist 1990.
Encourage exchange of ideas and experience among members and the business community.Available with paid subscription only.
Applies automation to transfer of ideas to paper or electronic storage through dictation equipment, computerized high-speed typewriters and related hardware. Conducts annual salary survey. Speakers Bureau. Specialized education and research. Library of 1000 books and periodicals on word processing/data processing. Symposia. Annual Syntopican.
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