Moore's Recovery Looks Good On PaperWilliam C. Symonds
After more than a century of using its own paper business forms to write up customers' orders for new forms, Moore Corp.'s 1,100 U.S. salespeople are finally switching to laptop computers. By transmitting many of the company's 900,000 orders a year directly to its printing plants, Moore hopes to get orders filled in 5 days instead of 40, cut paper usage by 70%, and trim at least $35 million a year in costs.
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