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Order processing 75 years ago

In 1935, the Berlin engineer Konrad Zuse had two groundbreaking ideas for the development of a calculating machine that could automatically take care recurring calculation processes. In so doing, he started to build the first program-controlled digital computer in the world, the Z1. The foundation was laid for today’s computer-controlled work.
The computer’s breakthrough came in the 1970s.