American Express Information Services Company Created

June 1989
Information Today;Jun1989, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p48
Trade Publication
This article reports on the creation of American Express Information Services Co. (ISC) by American Express Co. in the U.S. in 1989. The company was formed out of the information management business previously organized as the Data Based Services Group of American Express Travel Related Services Company Inc. According to James D. Robinson II, chairman, president and CEO of American Express Co., the creation of the ISC confirms its on-going commitment to be a major source in the industry. ISC has a single goal: to be the premier provider of high-quality integrated information processing and communications services.


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