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Standard Register: Mark Little Named Document Management President

Friday, November 02, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio --Nov. 1, 2001--Standard Register announces that Mark E. Little has joined the Company as a corporate officer and president of the Document Management strategic business unit. "We are pleased to have Mark on the Standard Register team,'' said Peter Dorsman, chief operating officer. "With his strong leadership and marketing skills, expertise in the print-on-demand market and a background in management consulting, he will help the Document Management team bolster its service offerings and leverage growth opportunities.'' In leading the Company's largest SBU, Little will build on the strengths of Standard Register's industry-leading document security, state-of-the-art systems and consulting services. The unit will focus on creating superior value for customers by assisting them in properly organizing, effectively managing and migrating information across key business processes to the most appropriate print and electronic mediums. Before joining Standard Register, Little served as senior vice president of Sales and Market Services for Kinko's Inc., a world leader in document solutions and business services with more than 1,100 digitally connected locations. Earlier, Little led the San Francisco office of The Alexander Group, a go-to-market consulting firm, and served in various sales and executive management positions at Achieve Global, a leading training company. He was also a management consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton in New York and San Francisco. Little holds a master of business administration degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto, California, and a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.




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