When GPU began yet another reorganization, rumor had it the in-plant was doomed. But careful documentation helped bring about a different ending to the tale.
In 1990, the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) conducted a study of the printing needs of GPU Corp., a Reading, Pa.-based electric utility company. RIT recommended GPU centralize and expand its printing operation. The reasons stated were to maintain confidentiality, control the accuracy and quality of work and to save the company 15 to 30 percent in printing costs.