System Simulation

System Simulation

System Simulation is a software engineering company specializing in text and multimedia information systems, museum information systems, commercial and archival image library systems, information management and delivery for publishers, news services and professional and commercial organizations.

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HQ Location
United Kingdom
Year Founded
1970
Employees
59
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