Using Voice-Directed Work in the Supply Chain
What IT Executives Need to Know

Learn how for some companies voice picking has become the starting point for re-engineering warehouse processes and systems, rather than an after-thought.

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What you will learn in this white paper.

With the productivity gains, accuracy improvement and cost savings that voice picking and voice-directed technology offers, it’s no wonder that companies are automating their distribution centers with this next-generation technology.

Download this white paper and learn:

  • A short history of voice recognition and speech technology.
  • How voice is being used in the supply chain.
  • How voice works – in 6 easy steps.
  • Real results of real companies and what you can expect.
  • Answers to typical IT questions.

How much could you gain in speed and accuracy by voice-enabling your warehouse?

Download the white paper and find out.

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What Our Customers Are Saying

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“One of the main reasons we decided to move to voice picking is that we create pallets as we pick; we don’t stage. Our pickers need to have both hands free."

Cindy Garrett
Director of IT | Caito Foods

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"In paper pick sections where we had the greatest opportunity for improvement, our accuracy rose from 98.68% to 99.46%. These performance gains save us over $3 million annually."

John Moreau
Distribution Manager | Pep Boys