MINNEAPOLIS – Start-up company Computer Docs, based here, named Peterson Pearson Milla/Minneapolis its first agency of record for an account that could reach $5-6 million in billings by the end of 1994, sources said. Also considered for the account were Clarity Coverdale Rueff and Case Foley Sackett, also Minneapolis. The company is positioning itself as a ‘computer psychiatrist’ of sorts for small companies. For a $125 flat fee, companies can receive a consulting session on how to make small computer networks more efficient and up-to-date.
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