Voice-enabled picking creates a direct dialogue between your company’s mission critical systems and your team members via the simplest means possible: a conversation in plain language they use every day, utilizing the same voice-prompted technology that permeates most of our daily lives. Let’s take a look at the top benefits of voice picking.
Most distributors don’t have the required expertise to develop new product ordering processes, so this presents a ripe opportunity for solution providers to step in and lead. How does this affect your warehouse or distribution center?
Mountain Leverage CEO, Alex Reneman, sat down with new Honeywell Voice Solutions GM, Ray Bales, for an eye-opening interview about the future of the company’s workflow solutions and their impact on today’s supply chain.
For the largest segment of today’s available workers for warehouse and DC environments, putting on a headset is like putting on a uniform … and their game face! Hiring managers inside the supply chain and logistics industries would do well to mirror inside their warehouses and DCs the voice-centric technology that is so appealing to much of today’s available workforce.
For companies that prefer to outsource their task upgrades, Mountain Leverage is offering a complete fixed-price task update package to bring your Honeywell A700X terminals up to the new latest standard! Faster than ever, you’ll have completely upgraded solutions, and be ready to focus your efforts on problem-solving and adding value for your current and new customers!
Mountain Leverage has featured a geographically-distributed remote workforce for over a decade. In a recent company-wide survey, Mountain Leverage employees were asked to share their best tips and tricks to stay connected to one another and flourish while working remotely. Here are the top six answers:
We’ve seen volumes of articles and posts on “best practices” for hiring. However, in conversations over the past 5 quarters in the distribution space, we’ve seen three primary trends.
Recent increases in E-comm and B2C ordering patterns have put a spotlight on the impact that picking errors now present to operations managers. At a minimum, the B2C shipper incurs a customer return with all the associated costs. But all too frequently the single item mis-ship results in the loss of the next sale.
Love it or hate it, speech recognition technology is now a part of our daily life. With U.S. revenue growth projections of 16% year over year, expect to find yourself talking to more and more machines over the course of your day.
In February, we paid a visit to our customer Bluestar in Kentucky to find out why voice is a worker preferred technology. But we didn’t just ask questions. One of their shift supervisors, Jordan, let us strap a camera to him so that we could experience warehouse voice picking firsthand.