1973 thru 1974
Founded Krohm International as a consulting and software development firm, specializing in electronic publishing applications. KI received its first contract from the Messenger Corporation (Phoenix, Arizona) to develop galley, book and financial pagination packages to utilize General Automation's 18/30 to drive the Autologic APS/4 (then known as Photon 7000) and an attached Microfilm Recording Unit. The completed system was then used in the start-up of Exchange Graphics and Access Composition Services, new subsidiaries of Messenger Corporation.

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