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COMPUTER TASK GROUP COMBINES COMMUNICATIONS GROUPS UNDER SINGLE PRACTICE

 COMPUTER TASK GROUP COMBINES COMMUNICATIONS GROUPS
 UNDER SINGLE PRACTICE
 BUFFALO, N.Y., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Task Group, Inc. (CTG) (NYSE: TSK) announced that effective today, it is restructuring its communications business units in order to better focus on delivering enterprise-wide information services to its customers.
 CTG president and chief operating officer Jack Courtney identified three business units that will now be headed by CTG vice president Philip Paul: Connolly Data Systems of Lowell, Mass.; Telecommunications Management Consultants of Lowell, Mass.; and Communications Services in Buffalo, N.Y. In addition to his position of vice president, Strategic Planning and Development, Paul will be responsible for the company's newly established worldwide communications practice, which includes the recently announced business alliance with Novell, Inc.
 "We have been working with customers to build major components of enterprise-wide information systems for several years," said Courtney. "With demands growing for tightly integrated solutions to meet specific business requirements, we saw the need to combine our business units under a more unified operation. Phil Paul's background and experience was the perfect match for heading the new communications practice." Paul has spent the last year developing CTG's communication strategies.
 CTG also expects the move to improve response time, simplify account management responsibility and streamline customer service and support in a fast-changing market.
 The CTG communications practice now encompasses the following services:
 -- Voice and network computing consulting to help clients solve enterprise-wide communication problems -- from mainframe-based to distributed computing.
 -- PC LAN and LAN-to-WAN networks, EDI for the interchange of data across corporations, as well as electronic mail application and integrated network management.
 -- Network architecture, application development services and network support, a result of the Novell alliance, which provides consulting and implementation services to optimize a company's computer power enterprise-wide. CTG's specially selected network computing branches, which now number 13, are equipped to provide these services.
 -- Client network computing training in client/server architecture, Novell NetWare, Novell Btrieve and other communications products.
 Computer Task Group, Inc. is an international consulting, systems integration and professional services firm headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y. Founded in 1966, CTG presently has a staff of more than 4,000 employees and serves 85 of the Fortune 100 companies through its 65 branch locations in seven countries. The company's stock is also traded on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.
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 /CONTACT: Joanne Starr of Computer Task Group, 716-887-7276; or John Nero of Brodeur & Partners, 617-894-0003, for Computer Task Group/
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