With a voice application like Speakeasy, we clearly do a lot of deliberate discussions on the importance that voice-enabled applications can play in the enterprise, specifically for the supply chain. When we talk about the level of value voice applications can bring to your business, it’s something we are passionate about and stand behind. We see on a daily basis just how valuable Speakeasy is to our customers. This passion for voice is based on our industry experience and customer feedback. In a 2011 study by Aberdeen, 90% of survey respondents said they were looking at new voice software options. With that kind of a number, I am taking a wild guess that voice is on your radar.
Be it that you are new to voice-enabled applications, or maybe you’ve been put off thinking that voice is just too costly to implement in your warehouse, it’s time to take a closer look. Mark Engemann, Wavelink’s southeast regional account manager was recently interviewed by SupplyChainBrain about why the sudden interest in voice, how the market’s changed and what it means for your supply chain strategy. To check out the video interview visit SupplyChainBrain and hear some of the key takeaways for justifying voice. Not a member of SupplyChainBrain? It only takes 30-seconds to register.
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