Workflow Management, Inc. Names New President of Its SFI Subsidiary

Industry Veteran, Rick Wesley, Takes the Helm

Of the Workflow Solutions Division's Lead Subsidiary



Apr 05, 2001, 01:00 ET from Workflow Management, Inc.

    PALM BEACH, Fla., April 5 /PRNewswire/ --
 Workflow Management, Inc. (NASDAQ-WORK), a leading supplier of business
 printing and supply chain management services, today announces the appointment
 of Mr. Robert "Rick" Wesley to the position of President of its SFI
 subsidiary.  Mr. Wesley fills the vacancy created by Roger Kimps who has opted
 to return to his home state of Wisconsin and serve as SFI's Midwest Regional
 Vice President.
     A veteran of the industry, Mr. Wesley began his lifelong printing career
 as a pressman for a local printer while attending high school.  After
 graduating from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Mr. Wesley
 served in various management and development functions of the print
 manufacturing and distribution industry.  This experience culminated in his
 establishing and growing Wesley Business Forms, a successful company that
 developed a reputation for numerous patents and innovations.
     In 1992, Mr. Wesley joined the SFI team to lead its mergers and
 acquisitions operations.  Since that time, Mr. Wesley has served in a variety
 of executive level positions within the Workflow family of companies including
 a position as SFI's Southeast Regional Vice President, and most recently, the
 Vice President of Sales and Marketing for its iGetSmart.com Division.  In his
 post at iGetSmart.com, Mr. Wesley proved his ability to deliver results as he
 played an integral part in the development of the company's successful
 e-commerce business model.  Additionally, Mr. Wesley quickly recognized and
 initiated efforts to capitalize on the iGetSmart(TM) system's capabilities
 outside of the print industry.
     Tom D'Agostino, Jr., Workflow Co-President and President and Chief
 Executive Officer of iGetSmart.com, commented, "We're excited to see Rick lead
 the SFI team.  His background in all aspects of the industry, from
 manufacturing and distribution to electronic print management and e-printing,
 have made him uniquely qualified to lead this subsidiary into the future.  His
 recent experience on the iGetSmart.com team has tested and proven his
 leadership beyond printing to include the B2B, e-commerce arena as well.  In
 his role at iGetSmart.com, Rick was a key leader in educating and
 'evangelizing' the business community about Workflow's evolutionary,
 end-to-end supply chain management and e-distribution system.  Taking these
 talents into leadership at SFI, I'm confident that Rick will challenge and
 energize the dynamic SFI sales force to further maximize their use of the
 iGetSmart system to save clients' time and money in their print procurement
 operations and further solidify our preeminence as an industry innovator."
     Mr. D'Agostino, Jr. continued, "Rick's industry knowledge and long history
 of leadership within Workflow have enabled him to take the helm of SFI without
 missing a beat.  This appointment is just another shining example of the
 tremendous depth of management that we have fostered within the Workflow
 companies.  I look forward, with anticipation, to the great progress that the
 SFI team will make in accomplishing our corporate goals as we continue to
 outpace our competitors through our cutting-edge technology and unprecedented
 dedication to delivering measurable results for our clients."
     Commenting on his new post as President of SFI, Rick Wesley responded,
 "This is a defining moment in the 70 year history of SFI.  We have grown to
 become the nation's largest distributor of print and office consumables.  In
 my opinion, we have the industry's best-equipped sales force, powered by
 iGetSmart.com, the industry's most versatile and extensive supply chain
 management tool.  I count it an honor to have this opportunity to lead this
 dynamic team."
 
     About Workflow Management, Inc. and SFI
     SFI is Workflow Management's lead subsidiary in its Workflow Solutions
 Division.  Through SFI, Workflow Management, Inc. provides customers with an
 innovative electronic outsourcing and facilities management system,
 iGetSmart(TM).  Utilizing this system enables Workflow's customers to realize
 time and cost savings by outsourcing much of the non-core operations typically
 associated with the purchasing, management and fulfillment of print and office
 consumables.
     Workflow Management has integrated business service operations and
 fulfillment centers located throughout the United States and Canada, with more
 than 3,000 employees.  Its client roster, of over 32,000, includes businesses
 that range in size from small and home offices to large and multi-national
 corporations like AT&T, Grainger, Dreyfus Financial Services Corporation,
 Corning, Veryfine Products, Brookstone Company and Salomon Smith Barney.
 
     This press release contains "forward-looking statements," within the
 meaning of federal securities laws, that involve risks and uncertainties.  All
 statements herein, other than those consisting solely of historical facts,
 that address activities, events or developments that the company expects or
 anticipates will or may occur in the future, including such things as business
 strategy, measures to implement strategy, competitive strengths, goals,
 references to future success and other events, may be forward-looking
 statements.  Statements herein are based on certain assumptions and analyses
 by the company in light of its experience and its perception of historical
 trends, current conditions and potential future developments, as well as other
 factors it believes are appropriate in the circumstances.  However, whether
 actual results, events and developments will conform with the company's
 expectations is subject to a number of risks and uncertainties and important
 factors could cause actual results, events and developments to differ
 materially from those referenced in, contemplated by or underlying any
 forward-looking statements herein, including, among others, the company's
 ability to integrate acquired businesses into its existing operations, the
 continued development and viability of the company's operations, the company's
 ability to manage its growth, the impact of industry and economic conditions,
 competition and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the
 company.  Consequently, all forward-looking statements made herein are
 qualified by these cautionary statements and the cautionary language set forth
 in the company's most recent Form 10-K report and other documents filed with
 the Securities and Exchange Commission, and there can be no assurance that the
 actual results, events or developments referenced herein will occur or be
 realized.
 
 

SOURCE Workflow Management, Inc.
    PALM BEACH, Fla., April 5 /PRNewswire/ --
 Workflow Management, Inc. (NASDAQ-WORK), a leading supplier of business
 printing and supply chain management services, today announces the appointment
 of Mr. Robert "Rick" Wesley to the position of President of its SFI
 subsidiary.  Mr. Wesley fills the vacancy created by Roger Kimps who has opted
 to return to his home state of Wisconsin and serve as SFI's Midwest Regional
 Vice President.
     A veteran of the industry, Mr. Wesley began his lifelong printing career
 as a pressman for a local printer while attending high school.  After
 graduating from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Mr. Wesley
 served in various management and development functions of the print
 manufacturing and distribution industry.  This experience culminated in his
 establishing and growing Wesley Business Forms, a successful company that
 developed a reputation for numerous patents and innovations.
     In 1992, Mr. Wesley joined the SFI team to lead its mergers and
 acquisitions operations.  Since that time, Mr. Wesley has served in a variety
 of executive level positions within the Workflow family of companies including
 a position as SFI's Southeast Regional Vice President, and most recently, the
 Vice President of Sales and Marketing for its iGetSmart.com Division.  In his
 post at iGetSmart.com, Mr. Wesley proved his ability to deliver results as he
 played an integral part in the development of the company's successful
 e-commerce business model.  Additionally, Mr. Wesley quickly recognized and
 initiated efforts to capitalize on the iGetSmart(TM) system's capabilities
 outside of the print industry.
     Tom D'Agostino, Jr., Workflow Co-President and President and Chief
 Executive Officer of iGetSmart.com, commented, "We're excited to see Rick lead
 the SFI team.  His background in all aspects of the industry, from
 manufacturing and distribution to electronic print management and e-printing,
 have made him uniquely qualified to lead this subsidiary into the future.  His
 recent experience on the iGetSmart.com team has tested and proven his
 leadership beyond printing to include the B2B, e-commerce arena as well.  In
 his role at iGetSmart.com, Rick was a key leader in educating and
 'evangelizing' the business community about Workflow's evolutionary,
 end-to-end supply chain management and e-distribution system.  Taking these
 talents into leadership at SFI, I'm confident that Rick will challenge and
 energize the dynamic SFI sales force to further maximize their use of the
 iGetSmart system to save clients' time and money in their print procurement
 operations and further solidify our preeminence as an industry innovator."
     Mr. D'Agostino, Jr. continued, "Rick's industry knowledge and long history
 of leadership within Workflow have enabled him to take the helm of SFI without
 missing a beat.  This appointment is just another shining example of the
 tremendous depth of management that we have fostered within the Workflow
 companies.  I look forward, with anticipation, to the great progress that the
 SFI team will make in accomplishing our corporate goals as we continue to
 outpace our competitors through our cutting-edge technology and unprecedented
 dedication to delivering measurable results for our clients."
     Commenting on his new post as President of SFI, Rick Wesley responded,
 "This is a defining moment in the 70 year history of SFI.  We have grown to
 become the nation's largest distributor of print and office consumables.  In
 my opinion, we have the industry's best-equipped sales force, powered by
 iGetSmart.com, the industry's most versatile and extensive supply chain
 management tool.  I count it an honor to have this opportunity to lead this
 dynamic team."
 
     About Workflow Management, Inc. and SFI
     SFI is Workflow Management's lead subsidiary in its Workflow Solutions
 Division.  Through SFI, Workflow Management, Inc. provides customers with an
 innovative electronic outsourcing and facilities management system,
 iGetSmart(TM).  Utilizing this system enables Workflow's customers to realize
 time and cost savings by outsourcing much of the non-core operations typically
 associated with the purchasing, management and fulfillment of print and office
 consumables.
     Workflow Management has integrated business service operations and
 fulfillment centers located throughout the United States and Canada, with more
 than 3,000 employees.  Its client roster, of over 32,000, includes businesses
 that range in size from small and home offices to large and multi-national
 corporations like AT&T, Grainger, Dreyfus Financial Services Corporation,
 Corning, Veryfine Products, Brookstone Company and Salomon Smith Barney.
 
     This press release contains "forward-looking statements," within the
 meaning of federal securities laws, that involve risks and uncertainties.  All
 statements herein, other than those consisting solely of historical facts,
 that address activities, events or developments that the company expects or
 anticipates will or may occur in the future, including such things as business
 strategy, measures to implement strategy, competitive strengths, goals,
 references to future success and other events, may be forward-looking
 statements.  Statements herein are based on certain assumptions and analyses
 by the company in light of its experience and its perception of historical
 trends, current conditions and potential future developments, as well as other
 factors it believes are appropriate in the circumstances.  However, whether
 actual results, events and developments will conform with the company's
 expectations is subject to a number of risks and uncertainties and important
 factors could cause actual results, events and developments to differ
 materially from those referenced in, contemplated by or underlying any
 forward-looking statements herein, including, among others, the company's
 ability to integrate acquired businesses into its existing operations, the
 continued development and viability of the company's operations, the company's
 ability to manage its growth, the impact of industry and economic conditions,
 competition and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the
 company.  Consequently, all forward-looking statements made herein are
 qualified by these cautionary statements and the cautionary language set forth
 in the company's most recent Form 10-K report and other documents filed with
 the Securities and Exchange Commission, and there can be no assurance that the
 actual results, events or developments referenced herein will occur or be
 realized.
 
 SOURCE  Workflow Management, Inc.