Merrill Corporation

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Merrill Corporation – Why Work For Us?

The Challenge You've Been Looking For

As a leading provider of outsourced document management, branded marketing services and other information management solutions to targeted vertical markets, Merrill combines great people, best practices and advanced technology to the following business areas:

  • Merrill DataSite
  • Transaction and Compliance Solutions
  • Merrill Legal Solutions 
  • Marketing and Communications Solutions 

If you want to stretch your abilities, tackle new challenges and unleash your creativity, you’re ready for the wealth of opportunities available here.

We make you our priority because your efforts ensure Merrill’s continued success. We invest in your training and lifelong learning. We offer flexibility in dress, hours and work style. We promote an environment where you can experiment, learn and grow. Most importantly, Merrill is committed to building a diverse workforce by being an equal opportunity employer.

Employee programs

Merrill offers a generous and competitive set of benefits, including medical, vision and dental care, short- and long-term disability, life insurance, an exceptional 401(k) plan administered by Fidelity Investments, and many other assistance programs.

History

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When Kenneth F. Merrill founded the K.F. Merrill Company, in St. Paul, in 1968, he created a culture based on fairness, honesty and respect. That tradition continues today as Merrill has evolved into a global organization with more than 5,000 employees.

Merrill led the industry when it computerized its operations and began building a nationwide network of typesetting and printing facilities to provide faster, more responsive service. Leading this national strategy was John Castro, who joined Merrill in 1978 and retired as Merrill's Chief Executive Officer in July 2014. Between 1982 and 1985, the company opened offices throughout the country. In 1986, the company went public. In 1999, the company was taken private again.

In the late ‘80s, Merrill began to diversify its services, which helped the company weather the 1987 stock-market crash that threatened the financial services industry. In 1986, Merrill established a Document Reproduction Group to offer litigation copying. In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Merrill continued to open new offices and acquire regional printers to strengthen its national network. Merrill also established relationships with financial printers in London, Tokyo, Melbourne, Toronto and Montreal to create a global network of service.

Through both organic growth and strategic acquisitions, Merrill has become a leading provider of outsourced document management, branded marketing services and other information management solutions to targeted vertical markets. Our solutions enable clients to create, access, control, analyze and communicate critical information for strategy, marketing and regulatory compliance business initiatives. Delivered through a mix of proprietary technologies, industry specific processes and outsourced services, our solutions maximize both value and ease of use for our customers.

In July 2014, Rusty Wiley joined Merrill Corporation and was named the new Chief Executive Officer.

2014 - Rusty Wiley joined Merrill Corporation and was named the new CEO John Castro retires from Merrill Corporation

2013 - Completed recapitilzation and refinancing

2012 - Merrill Datasite loads 500-millionth page

2011 - Opened IT Technology Center in Chennai, India and Opened facility in Coimbatore, India

2010 - Merrill DataSite hits 300-million-page mark

2009 - Launch of Document Review Service for eDiscovery and Launch of web-based financial reporting solution

2008 - Established alliance with IFN Financial Press, Merrill DataSite® received ISO 27001 certification

2007 - Acquired ComputerReporters, Acquired Document Resources, Acquired Lextranet®

2006 - Acquired Court Recording Services, opened office in Miami, Unveiled Merrill Legal Solutions, Purchased remaining 51% Shares in Quebecor Merrill Canada Inc., Acquired Wordwave, Inc., Incorporated Merrill Technology Services India Private Limited

2005 - Acquired P.H. Brink International, Established strategic alliance with Animation Technologies, Formed partner alliance with Stratify, and Acquired Fine Arts Engraving Company

2004 - Acquired Color for Real Estate

2003 - Acquired assets of Watchdog Print Media

2002 - Recapitalized debt an exchange offer for Its outstanding notes

2001 - Established development and marketing agreement with TRION Technologies, Formed strategic alliance with Charles P. Young in Houston, Texas

2000 -  Opened flagship global office in London, Opened office in Paris, Established alliance with INTEGREX, Acquired assets of Ames On-Demand, Acquired NTEXT Corporation, Established alliance with RESoft Inc., and Opened office in Frankfurt

1999 - Established strategic marketing venture with StreetFusion, Completed recapitalization taking company private with DLJ Merchant Bank, Acquired Alternative Communications Group Inc., Acquired Document Directions Inc., Restructured company into business units, and Acquired Daniels Printing

1998 - Acquired Executech Inc. and World Wide Scan Services

1997 - Acquired Superstar Computing, Announced 2-for-1 stock split, Acquired Total Management Document Service Center Business

1996 -  Acquired FMC Resource Management, Acquired certain assets of Corporate Printing Company, Announced 750,000-share stock buyback, Established joint venture with Quebecor Printing Canada, Announced Kenneth F. Merrill resignation as board chairman, Opened office in San Diego

1995 - Launched Merrill Internet Services

1993 - Opened offices in Baltimore, Palo Alto, West Los Angeles, Acquired Atwell-Fleming, creating offices in Toronto, Montreal, Acquired May Printing

1992 - Opened offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Opened printing operation In Union, N.J., Joined with Burrups Ltd., London, and Announced 2-for-1 stock split

1991 - Opened offices in Century City, Columbus

1990 - Acquired Group Web Printing, Acquired Southeastern Financial Printing, Acquired certain assets of S Printing of Illinois (formerly Sorg Printing of Illinois), Acquired Group Printing, Opened office in Dallas, Acquired Pandick Office and Printing, and Established relationships with printers in Tokyo, Melbourne, Toronto, Montreal

1989 - Opened offices in Boston, Acquired certain assets of Charles P. Young, Acquired American Offset Printing

1988 - Established relationships with London printers and Opened first Document Service Center

1987 - Opened office in Seattle and Atlanta, Acquired Financial Publishers Inc., Acquired Frahn Financial Printers, and Announced 1 million-share stock buyback

1986 - Acquired Appellate Printing, Filed initial public offering, Moved to new corporate headquarters, Established Document Reproduction Group, and Opened office in San Francisco

1985 - Opened offices in New York, Washington, D.C. Acquired Adwest Corporation

1984 - Elected John Castro president, chief executive officer Changed company name from K.F. Merrill Company to Merrill Corporation

1983 - Opened offices in Los Angeles

1982 - Opened offices in Chicago, Denver

1981 - Named John Castro to board of directors Began national expansion

1978 - John Castro joins Merrill Corporation

1968 - Founded by Kenneth F. Merrill

Global Locations

Corporate Headquarters

One Merrill Circle

St. Paul, MN 55108

European Headquarters

Merrill Corporation Limited

101 Finsbury Pavement

London, EC2A 1ER

Asia Headquarters

5/F World Wide House

19 Des Voeux Road Central

Hong Kong

Merrill corporate headquarters are located in the Energy Park Business Center between Snelling Avenue and Lexington Avenue on Energy Park Drive, just west of downtown St. Paul and east of downtown Minneapolis.

United States Locations

  • Annapolis, Maryland
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Greenbelt, Maryland
  • Grove City, Ohio
  • Houston, Texas
  • Irvine, California
  • Jackson, Mississippi
  • La Mirada, California
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Monroe, Washington
  • New York, New York
  • Oregon City, Oregon
  • Palo Alto, California
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Rockville, Maryland
  • San Diego, California
  • San Francisco, California
  • Sartell, Minnesota
  • Seattle, Washington
  • St. Cloud, Minnesota
  • St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Tewksbury, Massachusetts
  • Troy, Michigan
  • Union, New Jersey
  • Ventura, California
  • Washington, DC
  • Woodland Hills, California

Canadian Locations

  • Calgary, Alberta
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Vancouver, British Columbia

International Locations

  • Coimbatore, India
  • Chennai, India
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Hong Kong China
  • London, England
  • Paris, France
  • Singapore, Asia
  • Latin American Locations
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Santiago, Chile
  • Mexico D.F., Mexico
  • Lima, Peru

International Affiliates

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • Egypt
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Israel
  • Italy (2 locations)
  • Luxembourg
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • U.A.U.

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    Good first job for liberal arts majors

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    I have been working at Merrill Corporation full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    As an outsourcer, they are pretty hands-off, which I found to be good.

    Cons

    Little opportunity for advancement. They also won't respond to inquiries about re-hiring.

Merrill Corporation Interviews

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    Submitted resume through their website and heard back within a week to set up preliminary interviews with a recruiter. The interview was set quickly, and once I "passed" that interview, meeting in person was arranged quickly. The whole process was fast -- under a month from initial contact to offer -- and involved many of the people I am now working with on a regular basis. There wasn't a lot of superfluous stuff like tests, which I've run into with most other companies. The interviews focused on relevant experience, past roles and how I might add value quickly to the role. I had a clear idea of expectations and any timelines communicated during the interview process were adhered to closely. The interview style was largely simply conversational and everyone I met with (6 or 7 in total) seemed engaged in the process.

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Additional Info

Website www.merrillcorp.com
Headquarters Saint Paul, MN
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1968
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Document services company Merrill is no relation to financial services giant Merrill Lynch, but the companies do share an interest in SEC paperwork. Merrill Corporation provides services the help clients gather, organize, and manage confidential and time-sensitive information for legal and financial transactions. In addition, the company provides marketing and communication services such as document composition, printing, fulfillment, and digital delivery, as well as technology integration. Subsidiary Merrill Brink International offers translation, localization, and... More

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