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  • 1966

Company Description

National CSS, Inc. (NCSS) was a time-sharing firm in the 1960-80s, until its acquisition by Dun & Bradstreet in 1979. NCSS was originally headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, but relocated to Wilton in 1978. Sales offices, data centers, and development facilities were located at various sites throughout the U.S. Additional sales offices were active in the UK and elsewhere. NCSS was best known for two products: the VP/CSS operating system, and the NOMAD database system.

  • Manufacturer:

    Software
  • Formed:

    1966
  • Founders:

    Bob Bernard
  • Company Address:

    Norwalk, CT
    United States