Genesta Offers Quick and Inexpensive Voice Enablement for i/OS Apps
March 16, 2010 Alex Woodie
Manufacturers and distributors that would like to voice-enable their i/OS applications, but have been daunted by the six- or seven-digit price tags and the need to modify application source code, may be interested in the new SyVox emulator announced by Genesta last month. The established provider of voice-enablement solutions says the new product will allow i/OS shops to voice-enable their applications, using techniques similar to screen-scraping, for less than $20,000.
Voice-enablement is one of the hottest technologies in warehousing and manufacturing at the moment. By allowing workers to communicate verbally with WMS and ERP applications–responding to audio directions from the