Tabulating Machine Company


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Tabulating Machine Company

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The company founded in 1896 by Herman Hollerith to exploit his invention of the punched card. It became part of IBM in 1924.
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Beginning in 1915, even before it bought the British rights to produce and market Powers machines, the British Prudential Assurance had started working with the British Powers agency, the Accounting and Tabulating Machine Company (or "Acc and Tab," as it was known) to develop an alphabetical tabulator.