Improve Office Productivity With Smead Organomics
New and Improved Team Organomics, Club Organomics and Resource Center Provide Valuable Organizational Resources for Office Workers
HASTINGS, Minn. (November 3, 2009) — Smead®, a leading provider of filing and organizational products, announced today the launch of the expanded Smead Organomics™ website (www.smead.com/organomics). Smead Organomics now moves beyond the individual organizing area into the office environment where new Team Organomics Solutions Finder will help identify and offer remedies for group or departmental organizational dilemmas.
In addition to the many in-depth solutions for managing departmental recordkeeping found in Team Organomics, site visitors will also find a revamped Resource Center offering tips on hundreds of organizing topics for both work and home.
"We are continually looking for ways to improve how people work and offer them tools and systems that can help them get more done in their day with less stress," said Jim Riesterer, Vice President of Marketing at Smead. "No matter what organizational issue an office may be facing, Team Organomics will offer a customized answer that will save time and ultimately company dollars.”
Visitors to the site can also sign up for Smead’s Club Organomics, which offers a public forum to share organizational challenges and learn tips and strategies from the experts. Members will also receive the ShortCuts e-newsletter to help them stay updated on the latest organizational news and products to make life easier. Participants can also save personalized solutions, favorite articles and must-have products, and are eligible for Club Organomics contests and giveaways.
Smead Manufacturing Company, a leader in office filing products and records management systems, was established in 1906 in Hastings, Minnesota. Smead is a privately held, certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) offering thousands of organizational products for use in the home or office. For more information on Smead’s high-quality organizational products, including hundreds of environmentally friendly products made from Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI)-certified materials, visit www.smead.com. To find your personal organizing style, visit Smead Organomics at www.smead.com/MyOrganomics.