How One Company Is Exterminating The Millennium Bug
If you think fixing the Year 2000 bug is routine, talk to Mary Libens, chief "Y2K" troubleshooter at Medical Mutual of Ohio. The $2 billion medical insurance company in Cleveland made all the right moves. It got an early start grappling with its millennium problem. It brought in Ernst & Young consultants--some of the most experienced in the business--at bargain rates. Libens' coworkers cooperated, grasping the enormity of the problem. And senior management made Y2K a top priority.
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