United Road Towing doesn’t bat an eye at hauling 100,000 pounds of equipment or recovering off-road vehicles, yet the company hit numerous roadblocks when moving its internal documents. (more…)
We’re proud to announce the eight organizations who will be receiving Run Smarter Awards at the 2009 Laserfiche Institute Conference.
Please join us as we congratulate this year’s winners: the City of Lynwood, CA; Thurston County, WA; the City of Okotoks, AB; BC Biomedical; Berger Financial Group; Texas A&M University; Jamestown, NY, Public Schools; and the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
We’d like to thank everyone who submitted nominations for this year’s award—and we’d like to invite you to join us at the Conference January 12-14 in Los Angeles to congratulate this year’s winners.
Flight Masters is an air-freight forwarding company that tries to treat all its customers like family.
Trouble is, the family is growing–fast.
Founded a dozen years ago, the company now has major offices in five U.S. cities–San Francisco; Ontario, Calif. (near Los Angeles); Minneapolis; Dallas, and Chicago-and just a few months ago it became international, by opening an office in London.
Late one night, about 40 years ago, the Secret Service telephoned a senior chemist of Laucks Testing Laboratories, Inc. in Seattle. A few minutes later, a police cruiser arrived and sped him to a large downtown hotel, where, in a small room, a full dinner had been spread out on a white-clothed table. Instead of eating, the chemist spent all night, analyzing everything on that table, right down to the silverware, checking for every known poison.
Finally, as the sun rose, the chemist stood up, stretched and told the watchful agents: “That’s it. Everything’s okay.”
That night, Vice President Richard Nixon ate the same food at a state dinner in the hotel.