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Multi-Modal Data Collection: Driving New Levels of Warehouse Efficiency

By Supply Chain Services
July 17, 2012

Leveraging technologies such as barcoding, RFID, and mobile computers for more efficient material handling and supply chain processes has combined to support seamless warehouse operations.

One of the most significant trends enabling even greater operational efficiencies is the application of multiple (i.e., multi-modal) data collection such as voice technologies, RFID, 2D imaging or traditional barcode scanning.

Read this white paper to learn about the operational benefits realized from creating new levels of warehouse efficiencies and overall performance.


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Multi-Modal Data Collection: Driving New Levels of Warehouse Efficiency
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