ABINGDON, Va. -- KVAT Food Stores is one of the first retailers to use new software designed to save time and money during the installation of a voice-enabled picking system. The chain, which operates 87 stores under the Food City name, used QuickPick software from Pittsburgh-based Vocollect to set up 100 Talkman T2 terminals in its warehouse here. The Talkman is a wireless, voice-activated device worn on a picker's belt. It provides detailed picking instructions via voice response, ...

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