Clients of Voice-Directed Work and the experts who continue to perfect it have created a large body of knowledge having applied it in many hundreds of companies around the world over the past 25 years.
Discover the five ways companies uncover savings, and the underlying math for a robust ROI.
Even if you don’t have a Warehouse Management System (WMS), your opportunity for fast ROI is real, and this paper walks through where DC executives uncover value.
A quick summary of the history of voice, how it works, where it is applied, IT requirements, and three case studies summarizing the ROI.
Many start and stop with voice picking, not realizing there is ROI to be found by applying voice in receiving, put-away, transfers, line-loading, replenishment, and much more.
IT is fast-paced, and most companies have more then one system to integrate. Review the many ways voice can be integrated into your current IT environment, and how it is prepared to handle future enhancements.
We uniquely offer an optimized end-to-end, voice-enabled solution specifically designed to fully leverage existing SAP-centric environments. Our certified integration capability helps ease your effort to add Vocollect Voice to an existing SAP IM, WM or EWM environment.
Voice-Directed Work® has been proven to significantly – and relatively quickly – boost productivity, accuracy, safety and job satisfaction in distribution centers (DC) and warehouses around the globe. But such results are most easily realized when organizations simultaneously plan for the people side of a voice deployment.
The Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI) is intended to allow traceability of produce at the case level from source to store. The PTI has adopted the “PTI voice pick code” to permit straightforward implementation of the PTI by warehouses using voice technology for order selection.
Voice technology involves uniting people, equipment and systems to increase accuracy, boost productivity and reduce operating costs. Since its introduction in the business world more than a decade ago, voice technology has proven itself in a wide variety of inventory-driven industries.