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The Adoption and Usage of Picking Solutions in Materials Handling Operations: Does Voice Technology

June 20, 2012

Distribution centers and warehousing operations managers face numerous hurdles in their quest to attain optimal process efficiencies and performance improvements while resourcefully managing their budgets.

Learn what your peers are prioritizing for 2012

According to a recent market research study conducted by Peerless Research Group in conjunction with Modern Materials Handling Magazine and Vocollect, a business unit of Intermec, Inc., many of the pressures materials handling organizations are facing today can be relieved through the adoption of pertinent materials handling technologies.

What are the prime areas supply chain leaders are targeting this year? Read this new white paper and compare your experiences to theirs.

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