Street Smarts

Brodsky, Norm
November 2002
Inc.;Nov2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p52
Provides information on how a company managed a document-destruction business. Manual tracking and billing due to lack of the right software; Background on the company's business operations; Solution to the company's problem concerning its bins.


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