The Home Depot Selects Go2Paper Paper Manager Online Service
Press release from the issuing company
OAKLAND, CA- (June 29, 2004)- Go2Paper a leading provider of e-business tools and services for the global paper industry, announced today that The Home Depot has selected Go2Paper’s Paper Manager to manage their paper orders via their online solution at www.papermanager.com. The Paper Manager technology allows publishers, catalogers and retailers to manage their paper orders and inventory with their paper suppliers and printers.
Go2Paper’s Paper Manager allows multiple users such as an end-user, their suppliers and printers to collaborate online, keeping each party in the supply chain informed and updated with the paper order information. Plus, with complete XML capability, paper users can download their orders directly into their accounting systems. The service keeps track of paper inventory from the pounds ordered and received at the printer, to the consumption and remaining inventory, which can be used for future print jobs.
Mike Conran, Go2Paper CEO, said, “We are very excited to have The Home Depot as a customer. Their paper requirements are very demanding, requiring a very organized and flexible solution, so we’re proud that they’ve selected our technology. He added, “We will continue to build upon our solution to meet the growing demands of the paper industry as customers such as Home Depot expect that out of their partners.”
The Home Depot, which publishes newspaper inserts and catalogs for their 1,728 stores, works with various paper suppliers and printers throughout the US. Says Kevin Holt, Home Depot Regional Director of Advertising, “With the large amount and complexity of our paper orders, we needed a solution that would allow us to manage all of them with our selected vendors. The Paper Manager provides that solution.”
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