Software: RedPrairie and Voxware deliver jointly developed voice solutions

Software suppliers announce that Voxware’s next generation voice software is fully integrated with RedPrairie’s warehouse management software, and has been deployed to numerous customers.
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By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 01, 2011 - MMH Editorial

Voxware, a leading supplier of software for voice-driven warehousing operations, and RedPrairie Corporation, a productivity solutions provider, today announced that Voxware’s next generation voice software is fully integrated with RedPrairie’s warehouse management software, and has been deployed to numerous customers.

Available immediately from RedPrairie, the Voxware 3 voice solution utilizes the latest RedPrairie voice interface and comes with prepackaged voice workflows.  The solution has been proven by active enterprise users, and is now available to RedPrairie customers who are looking for additional ways to optimize the warehouse workforce.

“Voxware’s software is service oriented and highly compatible with RedPrairie’s modern product architecture,” said Gary Morgan Vice President the RedPrairie Advantage Team.  “We’ve worked together to field a strong offering that will deliver more ROI to RedPrairie customers.”

“RedPrairie and Voxware share a strong commitment to customer success,” said Scott Yetter, Voxware CEO.  “Our joint solution sets a new standard for fast deployment of voice picking yet gives customers plenty of downstream flexibility.  The result is rapid ROI today and strong cost control over time.”

Voxware technology is available from RedPrairie Corporation through a reseller agreement with Voxware, and operates as an extension to RedPrairie’s WMS product offerings.



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