November 2007
Audiotex Update;Nov2007, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that O'Neil Data Systems has selected Motek's Priya Warehouse Management System (WMS) to satisfy new customer requirements for 99% accuracy and retail-time order and inventory information. The company has chosen Priya for its unique 3PL functionality which includes billing, voice recognition and real time standards. Moreover, O'Neil Data Systems will also deploy Priya's handheld devices throughout its warehouse for receiving, picking and shipping.


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