Graham Data Supplies/Health Print

Top 100 Distributors Chart
November 2, 2007

1 WorkflowOne Headquarters: Dayton, Ohio Annual Sales $(000): 1,200,000 Principal Officer(s): Greg Mosher, Chairman; Mike Zawalski, President, CEO Locations: 140 2 Proforma Headquarters: Cleveland Annual Sales $(000): 293,933 Principal Officer(s): Greg Muzzillo, Founder, Co-CEO; Vera Muzzillo, Co-CEO Locations: 600 3 American Solutions for Business Headquarters: Glenwood, Minn. Annual Sales $(000): 249,022 Principal Officer(s): Larry Zavadil, President, CEO Locations: 455 4 InnerWorkings Headquarters: Chicago Annual Sales $(000): 160,515 Principal Officer(s): Steven E. Zuccarini, CEO

Top 100 Distributors
November 1, 2006

Rank: 1 Company: WorkflowOne, Dayton, Ohio Sales $(000): 1,000,000 Principal Officer(s): Greg Mosher, Chairman, CEO Locations: 150 Rank: 2 Company: Proforma, Cleveland Sales $(000): 293,000 Principal Officer(s): Greg Muzzillo, Founder, Co-CEO; Vera Muzzillo, Co-CEO Locations: 650 Rank: 3 Company: American Solutions for Business, Glenwood, Minn. Sales $(000): 239,776 Principal Officer(s): Larry Zavadil, President Locations: 410 Rank: 4 Company: GBS, North Canton, Ohio Sales $(000): 90,143 Principal Officer(s): Eugene Calabria, President, CEO Locations: 12 Rank: 5 Company: Merrill Corp., Monroe, Wash. Sales $(000): 83,950 Principal Officer(s): Mark Rossi, President Locations: 6 Rank: 6 Company: The Shamrock Companies, Westlake, Ohio Sales

Practice Patience in the Health-Care Market
January 30, 2001

Slow changes are sure to bring greater efficiency. For a long time, distributors that tended the health-care market doled out many a traditional form. Carbonized and unit set configurations were as basic to medical professionals as antiseptics and aspirin. It seemed that the dawn of the Internet and electronic options had little effect, if any, on good old hospital procedure. But the prognosis for health-care forms systems is changing as medical professionals begin to move into the electronic age. At least this is the opinion of Charles Graham, president of Graham Data Supplies, Amarillo, Texas. "In the past five to eight years,

Cater to the Hospitality Market
August 20, 2000

With the right approach, restaurants and hotels can be cornucopias of opportunity By Misty Byers Distributors in search of a piece of a rapidly-growing and profitable pie could do a lot worse than the hospitality market. According to the National Restaurant Association, restaurants will reap nearly $342 billion in commercial sales this year—an increase of more than $37 billion since 1990. Add to this the $93.1 billion generated by the lodging industry, as reported by the American Hotel & Motel Association, and the opportunities for distributors of printed products seem virtually limitless. But it's not always the gravy train some may expect. Industry