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Case Studies

Lydia’s® speaker-independent voice recognition system has enabled users to realize cost savings, not only in increased worker productivity and order picking accuracy, but also in paperless green initiatives, quality check control, replenishment, cycle counting – just to name a few.  Click on the links to read more about the Lydia® solution.

Pick by Voice at Bartlett 

 

Bartlett is the largest distributor of fresh milk in the Northeast, serving retailers throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. But the distributor’s biggest customer is Starbucks. Bartlett is the exclusive tristate distributor to some 500 Starbucks stores. And while Bartlett always met Starbucks strict quality demands, there was room for improvement. In 2012 the distributor evaluated its picking operations and decided to move from a paper-based system to a pick by voice solution.

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Bepensa, the leading producer and distributor of Coca Cola beverages in the southeast region of Mexico, has been in the business for over sixty years and is  constantly looking for improvement in  its supply chain process.
With hundreds of delivery trucks going  in and out each day it is imperative that all trucks are loaded with the proper orders for on-time delivery. It is for this reason that Bepensa decided to implement Lydia®.

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Cooper Booth Wholesale is a fulll-line distributor based in Mountville, PA. They deliver to convenient store chains, independent operators, grocery stores, tobaccco outlets, and universities in 7 states as well as DC. In 2009 they replaced their RF scanner system with topVOX’s voice pick system Lydia®.

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Established in Brazil in 1944, SADIA is one of the world’s leading producers of chilled and frozen foods. SADIA supplies about 100 domestic and export markets. With over 1,000 products, SADIA is also one of Brazil‘s leading makers of  convenience frozen foods and processed foods.
In 2008, SADIA made the decision to implement the Lydia® voice solution of topVOX Corporation at a number of their distribution centers in Brazil.

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At Schwabe North America‘s new Green Bay distribution center, voice recognition and bar code technology are working hand in hand.

When Schwabe North America designed a new 100,000-square-foot distribution center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the manufacturer and distributor of food supplements and nutriceuticals wanted to take a fresh look at all of its materials handling.

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Speech based picking at Suisan

 

Suisan Co. Ltd. may be more than 100 years old, but that doesn’t stop this Hawaiian foodservice distributor from embracing the latest technologies. The company recently replaced paper-based picking with voice-directed technology – and increased worker productivity and fulfillment accuracy within a matter of weeks.

Suisan, which means “ocean product” in Japanese, is based in Hilo, the largest city on the Big Island of Hawaii. The company was founded in 1907 as a small fish market at Hilo’s Wailoa Harbor for fishermen to sell their catch.

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