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"Dunder Mifflin Incorporated provides its customers quality office and information technology products, furniture, printing values and the expertise required for making informed buying decisions. We provide our products and services with a dedication to the highest degree of integrity and quality of customer satisfaction, developing long-term professional relationships with employees that develop pride, creating a [[File:Ddmmii.svg|thumb|272px|DM]]stable working environment and company spirit."
 
"Dunder Mifflin Incorporated provides its customers quality office and information technology products, furniture, printing values and the expertise required for making informed buying decisions. We provide our products and services with a dedication to the highest degree of integrity and quality of customer satisfaction, developing long-term professional relationships with employees that develop pride, creating a [[File:Ddmmii.svg|thumb|272px|DM]]stable working environment and company spirit."
   
For years, Dunder Mifflin was a dying company that was unable to compete with modern chains such as [[Staples]] and [[Office Depot]]. The company still used traditional salesmen rather than the Internet, causing most customers to leave for the nation-wide chains, and was unable to adapt to an increasingly paperless world. Ryan Howard, a new employee of Scranton Branch, predicted the company would be obsolete by 2017. In 2007, Ryan became Vice President of Sales and began a massive restructuring of the entire company, including a new website that would help make sales more efficient. However, his website was a failure (due to an ill-advised social networking feature) and he was later arrested for fraud when it was discovered that he was double-counting sales transactions into the website that were already made by salesmen over the phone.
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For years, Dunder Mifflin was a dying company that was unable to compete with modern chains such as [[Staples]] and [[Office Depot]]. The company still used traditional salesmen rather than the Internet, causing most customers to leave for the nation-wide chains, and was unable to adapt to an increasingly paperless world. Ryan Howard, a new employee of Scranton Branch, predicted the company would be obsolete by 2017. In 2007, Ryan became Vice President of Sales and began a massive restructuring of the entire company, including a new website that would help make sales more efficient. However, his website was a failure (due to an ill-advised social networking feature) and he was later arrested for fraud (he had the Scranton branch label sales they made on the phone as website sales).
   
 
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