Roche and Merrill Implement Datria Voice Solutions
Mar 24, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Datria Systems announced Roche and Merrill Corporation have integrated the company's voice-enabling technology to increase productivity and create efficiencies in their supply chains.
Roche, a provider of research-focused healthcare services with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics, has implemented Datria Voice in its Indianapolis facility to voice enable existing handheld devices for container and cart picking for its diabetes care and diagnostic products in a variety of warehouse zones. Freeing the users' hands allows them to focus on the job versus the tool, and has resulted in increased pick rates while maintaining the same level of accuracy for Roche.
Merrill Corporation provides legal, financial and corporate professionals with a suite of services as well as secure web-based tools to gather, organize and manage the confidential and time-sensitive information related to their matters or transactions. The company is using Datria Voice for filling document requests which enables Merrill to batch pick fulfillment requests, improve efficiency and increase order fulfillment rates for its customers.
"Both the Roche and Merrill implementations demonstrate the value and efficiencies Datria's voice-enabling technology offers in terms of increased pick rates," said James Greenwell, president and CEO, Datria. "This translates to increased productivity without sacrificing accuracy or quality. In both cases we integrated with the company's WMS and other internal systems to provide a voice solution to the customer."
Datria is a provider of voice-enabled solutions for the mobile workforce. Datria's solutions allow employees to connect directly and in real-time to the systems that support their business processes by using their voice and a variety of mobile devices, from cell phones to industrial hand-helds.
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