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Voice delivers more accurate and efficient order fulfillment

By Motorola
October 27, 2011

How does a fast-growing retailer speed the right products at the right prices and at the right time to its stores?

For Do It Best Corp., a fast-growing hardware, lumber and building materials cooperative with 4,100 member-owned stores, the answer was to replace manual, paper-based order fulfillment processes at 8 retail service centers with voice-directed picking on multi-modal mobile computers.

Read this informative case study to learn how voice recognition technology transformed Do It Best Corp.‘s order fulfillment and store replenishment processes.


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