Logica - multinational IT and management consultancy company
Logica was a multinational IT and management consultancy company headquartered in Reading, United Kingdom. Founded in 1969, the company became a wholly owned subsidiary of CGI Group in 2012. The company had offices in London and a number of major cities across England, Wales and Scotland, as well as in other countries around the world.
The company was founded by Len Taylor, Philip Hughes, Pat Coen, Steve Feldman and John McNeil as a systems integration business. Early projects included the control system for the United Kingdom’s natural gas grid in 1971 and the design of the SWIFT network for international money transfers in 1973.
Praxis - internationally recognised software engineering company
Founded in 1983 by Martyn Thomas CBE the software engineering company Praxis soon became internationally recognised as a leader in the use of rigorous software engineering. Professor Thomas sold Praxis to Deloitte & Touche in 1992.
Psion - designer and manufacturer of mobile handheld computers
Formed in 1980, by David Potter CBE Psion achieved its first successes as a consumer hardware company that developed the revolutionary Psion Organiser as well as a whole range of more advanced, clamshell-design Personal Digital Assistants.