(PRWEB) April 30, 2005
Diamond Phoenix, an integrator of order fulfillment systems, recently introduced voice-directed picking to its family of DirectPick technologies. This addition comes on the heels of several upgrades that have been made to the overall DirectPick system. These changes not only offer greater flexibility for the customer, but they allow Diamond Phoenix to provide the best possible solution for a customerÂs unique situation.
DirectPick Voice-Directed Picking utilizes Vocollect's Âhands-free, eyes-freeÂ voice-directed work solutions and is applicable in a variety of applications, from order entry to replenishment. This technology allows a user to manage picking assignments and product selections, monitor the selection process in real time, reprioritize activities and manage emergency orders or behind-schedule deliveries, measure productivity of individual selectors and selector teams, and much more. The addition of voice-directed picking to the family of DirectPick paperless picking technologies, which currently includes pick to light and RF picking, allows Diamond Phoenix to apply the most appropriate solution for a customer based on data-driven analysis.
Recent upgrades to the DirectPick system include the addition of consistent reporting and analysis tools across each of the DirectPick technologies, which increases the Âease of useÂ for the customer. DirectPick 3G (3rd Generation) Lights have also been released; these new short digital displays and beacons leverage the robust and flexible features of DirectPick, while serving more applications with smaller SKUs in broader environments.
Diamond DirectPick has been implemented successfully at several customer sites, including Elizabeth Arden, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and Gold Canyon Candle. ÂWith the ever growing and dynamic capabilities of DirectPick Lights, Voice and RF, Diamond Phoenix continues to deliver exceptional value and performance to our clients,Â said Greg Chaffee, Vice President of DirectPick at Diamond Phoenix.
For more information, visit http://www.diamondphoenix.com.
Diamond Phoenix is the industry leader providing integrated materials handling solutions for order fulfillment systems. Diamond Phoenix is headquartered in Lewiston, Maine with offices in Philadelphia, PA, Charlotte, NC, Salt Lake City, UT, Grand Rapids, MI, Los Angeles, CA, Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Atlanta, GA, and London, England. For more information about Diamond Phoenix products and services, go to http://www.diamondphoenix.com.