June 2008
Home Channel News;6/16/2008, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p10
The article reports on the installation of Jennifer, a voice-directed logistics system, at the four retail service centers of Do it Best Corp. The company hired Lucas Systems Inc. to install the system which uses speech-recognition technology that enables customers to operate more efficiently through eliminating the need to manually enter data. John Snider, vice president of logistics at Do it Best states that the deployment of Jennifer has created impact on the quality of their service.


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