STARING INTO SPACE

Talk about the promise of technology to warehousing executives and expect heavy sighs that can mean one of two things: either they are mired in manual systems, and don't want that to be known, or they are wired for the fast track, and don't want that to be known -- lest they compromise their competitive edge.Indeed, the upper hand falls to those equipped with even modest technology such as paper-based

Talk about the promise of technology to warehousing executives and expect heavy sighs that can mean one of two things: either they are mired in manual systems, and don't want that to be known, or they are wired for the fast track, and don't want that to be known -- lest they compromise their competitive edge.

Indeed, the upper hand falls to those equipped with even modest technology such as paper-based computer putaway systems. The competitive advantages multiply exponentially with th

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