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Webb/Mason Opens New Office to Meet Demand for Online Procurement

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Baltimore, Maryland—Webb/Mason, a Hunt-Valley-based enterprise print management provider, announces the opening of a new regional office in Richmond, Virginia. Howard Wilkes will serve as a senior sales executive with responsibility for the regional office. Webb/Mason provides customers with an online Enterprise Print Management Center, known as EPM Online, which allows users within an organization to streamline the procurement of printed and branded materials more effectively. Online users can release items from inventory, customize and order stationery, business cards, brochures and promotional items. Webb/Mason’s online service allows buyers and managers to review real-time inventory information, receive automated reorder notifications, track orders and ensure brand integrity throughout an organization. Howard Wilkes joined Webb/Mason to drive new business development and expand the sales organization in the region. Prior to joining Webb/Mason, Wilkes served as the Southeast Regional Sales Manager for Iron Mountain, a leader in records and information management for more than half of the Fortune 500 companies. At Iron Mountain, Wilkes managed a team of sales executives and garnered new sales in the southeast region. Wilkes also oversaw the sales organization at Coverbind for 11 years. "Although Webb/Mason has had an established regional office in the northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. area for the past 5 years, customer requirements and the explosive growth of the Richmond area clearly warrant an office in Richmond," said Warner Mason, president of Webb/Mason. " We are fortunate to have Howard join us and manage the Richmond office. He has a tremendous amount of industry experience and knows the Richmond business community well." Wilkes earned a bachelor of science degree from Denison University. He is an active member of the community and volunteers with the American Red Cross, United Way and various civic organizations.