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After high school graduation in 1965, Darleen Johns went to work as a secretary in state government. Today she is president and owner of Alphanumeric Systems Inc. in Raleigh. In 1999, the 220-employee company earned $60 million. Alphanumeric, which Johns started in 1979, sells, installs, and services the hardware and software used to create computer networks. Johns is Business North Carolina's first Businesswoman of the Year.
Darleen Johns founded Alphanumeric Systems, Inc., in Raleigh in 1979, as a reseller of word processing machines. In 2001, through hard work, Johns has transformed the company into a leading information-technology solutions provider. The company employs 240 and had revenues of $60 million in 1999.