When Ken Clement
founded Clement Computer Systems in November 1981, he had
many years of experience using
computers. Years before he had taken a leave of absence from the electrical
engineering PHD program at the University of California Santa Barbara to
join General Electric in the computer time sharing business.
assisted people with all levels of computer experience and education. He has
adopted a philosophy with a long history that he characterizes as Keep It Simple Smart
This philosophy attempts to make computer information systems easily
accessible to and usable by all. It emphasizes planning to structure systems
to accommodate complex tasks performed by highly knowledgeable people.
Over the last decade Ken has worked with a sewer district to slowly build
a computer information system that reflects the KISS philosophy. The WasteWater Management System
provides simple input and viewing screens that can be quickly mastered. The
system uses a simple and easily understood data management system that is
compatible with commonly used applications like Microsoft Excel and
Microsoft Access. It can be used as a stand alone program, in a computer
network and over the internet.
You can use the form on the
page to contact Clement Computer Systems.