Last Updated 2/25/07
See Wikipedia Article mentioning Harold Mauch and the Kansas City Standard
This web site has been extensively updated in the recent months. Be sure to look around and see if there is anything new. Check out people, and stories for some new entries.
Some pictures have been added, and be sure to check out the "first newsletter" It's a hoot.
Check out the Newspaper Article and the Advertisements section, added 5/12
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Percom Data Company, Inc was a Texas corporation formed as a proprietorship by Harold
and Lucy Mauch in 1976 then incorporated in 1978. Percom designed, manufactured and
marketed peripherals, modules and other products for personal computers. Products
included the the first reliable cassette interface for personal computers, the
fantastic Disk Doubler for Tandy computers, and Atari Disk Systems. Percom was one
of the pioneering forces in the early personal computer era.
This website is maintained by Margo and Roger with help from others who
cherish these old memories about a great company with a great atmosphere and
great people. Thank you Lucy and Harold who worked so hard to make it all happen.
We Need Pictures!
If you have pictures of Percom-related people or places, please send them to us.
This photo was taken of Harold and the Ham Radio club at JBU. Harold is the only one seated in a chair