In 1969 in Greece very few people knew even the existence of computers. The Greek Universities did not support related studies. In Northern Greece, none of the enterprises and/or organizations had or used computers. In this environment, in 1970 Markos Doufos established in Thessaloniki a company named MECHANOLOGISTIKI OF NORTHERN GREECE Ltd, for the provision of computer services. The Company establishes a Computer Center, with the first computer in the private sector in Northern Greece (IBM Main Frame). The Company, having the first group of experts/computer engineers, leads the business community of the area to abandon the hand-writing systems and the calculators and moving to the computer processing of their hand-written produced data. The Center provides innovative services on a 24 hours basis and, in essence, it is the sole IT Branch that supports organizations, banks and enterprises in the area. The services provided consist of planning and implementation of IT systems, using human resources and equipment of the Company ( IT programs, computers, batch data entering and data processing machines).