Olivetti


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Olivetti

(company)
A large Italian company producing office machinery, computers and printers.

Olivetti took a controlling stake in Acorn Computers in September 1985.

Olivetti computers were once marketed in USA with the ATT brand name.

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Olivetti launches WCards, a new simple effective solution for digital marketing addressing the Small-to-Medium Business segment, and the Retail distribution sector in particular, having the power to strengthen the loyalty of existing customers and reach new ones.
In the northern Italian town of Ivrea, it looks like the abandoned, overgrown tennis courts where the employees of electronics giant Olivetti once played.
In 1996, after three years of research and writing, Laura Curino, a pioneer of the Italian dramatic genre known as teatro di narrazione, debuted her one-person show about the founding of Olivetti at a theater in Settimo Torinese, the industrial suburb of Torino once home to many who worked for FIAT.
Travel Business Review-October 22, 2012--HI CREDITS- OLIVETTI CHOOSES HI CREDITS, REPLY'S MOBILE REMOTE PAYMENTS APPLICATION, TO ADD EVEN MORE ADVANCED FEATURES TO ITS CASH REGISTERS.
PRINT machine giant Olivetti has awarded a North Wales copier and dealer as 'Best for Colour' in recognition of its service.
Camilo Olivetti fundo en Ivrea, Italia, la sociedad Ing.
El mercado cada dia exige nuevas herramientas y las computadoras son un instrumento indispensable en cualquier organizacion y en la vida personal; por tal motivo, Olivetti presento su nueva linea de computadoras portatiles.
Olivetti, an Italy-based provider of office products and solutions, has relaunched the Olivetti website following an update of the entire site.
Smartmatic's voting machines were originally manufactured by Italy's Olivetti for use as lottery terminals.
Olivetti Lexikon has extended its DaVinci family of handheld devices with three new models - the DV1, DV2 and DV4.
Olivetti, one of the last great names in European PC manufacturing, is again up for sale, after its latest incarnation ended in the hands of the receivers.
Olivetti boss Mr Roberto Colaninno is set to be magnanimous in victory today after his success in taking over Telecom Italia in a bitter bid battle.