The 5 Biggest Mistakes Made in Voice Implementations

Posted by Tailar Kennedy on Apr 4, 2018 4:34:07 PM

 

With any technology implementation there are a list of things that will make or break a project. After completing hundreds of voice implementations, we have seen a few common mistakes that tend to hold back voice implementations – or bring them to an abrupt end. Read on to find out the five most common mistakes that are made when implementing voice, and what you can do to make sure you don’t make them.

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Topics: Voice Comparision

Increase Margins in your Omnichannel Warehouse with Voice

Posted by Tailar Kennedy on Mar 19, 2018 8:15:00 AM

 

Retail warehouses were originally created for one purpose: to get inventory to the storefront. With the rise of eCommerce and shopper expectations, warehouse operations are pressed to overcome a list of challenges that come with having an omnichannel supply chain. While these challenges are significant, many of them can be addressed by implementing the right technology solutions that provide you flexibility and visibility into your operation.

 

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Topics: Voice Comparision, omnichannel

Voice and Worker Safety: How voice can decrease injury claims throughout the warehouse

Posted by Tailar Kennedy on Jan 24, 2018 1:35:26 PM

 

Warehouses can be incredibly dangerous places, with a high number of people and machines all moving within the same area. There are also risks that are inherent to the tasks being completed, as the objects that are being picked may be heavy or cumbersome, putting employees at risk if they lift the items incorrectly. With voice, both of those issues can be alleviated, showing a significant advantage over picking with RF Scanners or Paper.

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Topics: Voice Comparision

Vocollect Voice vs. Siri, Alexa and Cortana- What’s the Difference?

Posted by Tailar Kennedy on Sep 1, 2017 5:23:52 PM

 

When you think of “voice technology”, you probably think of all the ways voice has impacted your personal life. You can ask your smartphone a question and get an answer in seconds. You can call your bank or airline and complete an entire transaction without ever talking to a person. You can ask your home assistant to dim the lights, change the channel, or turn up the thermostat in your house. Many of us also rely on voice directions in the form of GPS to get us from point A to point B.

 

While all these are great examples of voice technology, voice is being used for much more than personal use. Most notably, voice is being used to improve the supply chain, improving picking speeds, warehouse safety, and much more.

 

When considering voice for the warehouse, it is easy to draw comparisons to voice technology like Siri, Alexa, and Cortana. While these personal assistants also use voice technology to make your life easier, there are a few key ways they differ from a warehouse voice solution, like Vocollect Voice.

 

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Topics: Voice Comparision