The first "how to" website from the organizing experts at Smead


HASTINGS, Minn. (August 6, 2008) — Smead®, a leading provider of filing and organizational products, announced today the launch of Smead Organomics (, the first "how to" website for getting organized. Smead Organomics is an easy-to-use resource that provides expertise and ideas to help people get more done with less stress.

"How organized you are directly impacts how you feel about your work and yourself, but there is no 'right' way to get organized," says Jim Riesterer, Vice President of Marketing at Smead. "There are as many organizing styles as there are people. That's why we developed Smead Organomics, a set of tools you can use to determine what will work best for you. It's organization for real people."

Smead Organomics delivers practical ideas through a variety of resources. Looking for a customized solution? "My Organomics" is an interactive tool that uses your personal work style and organizing challenges to recommend customized organizing options. Looking for the latest trends in organization? "Hot Topics" provides helpful tips and articles to keep you up to date. Short on time? "One Minute Answers" is where to go to quickly solve an organizing challenge. Ever wondered how much disorganization costs you or your employer? The "Organomics Calculators" lets you figure out the actual cost in time and money lost. Users can also join "Club Organomics" to receive the latest news and information on organizing ideas and products.

Developed in conjunction with numerous certified professional organizers, Smead Organomics makes getting organized quick and easy. Discover your personalized organizing solution today at

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Smead,, is a worldwide leader in office filing products and records management systems. For more than 100 years, Smead has brought a spirit of innovation and integrity to keeping businesses and home offices organized. Headquartered in Hastings, Minnesota, Smead is a privately held, woman-owned business offering thousands of organizational products with more than 2,400 employees across North America and Europe, including its Smead-Europe operations in The Netherlands.