“We knew that this would save us money in all the extra help we used to hire to handle sorting books,” she said, adding that Ultrasort is available to students 24 hours a day, making a textbook return more convenient for students who have classes during the day and work at night.
“In our society of needing things faster and better and more efficient, this seemed like a logical step,” Moore said. “The indications are that this was going to meet our needs and maybe exceed them, which is a very good thing.”
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