New technology boosts schools' office efficiency System allows workers to use cell phones to submit forms on the go.

From eSchool News staff and wire service reports When maintenance workers finish a job at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), they don't return to the office to fill out paperwork and pick up their next assignment. Instead, they grab their cell phones.

By punching a few buttons, campus workers can submit forms, calculate the time they spent on a project, and see where the next task awaits them.

Paperless data exchange between field workers and their offices isn't new. But Florida startup JumpStart Wireless


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