Vitech really understood our operation and individual workflows and was able to configure the software to match our particular operational needs," recalls Breuers.
There is no need to scan, as the check digit associated with each pick location ensures that the picker is at the correct pick location," says Breuers.
Accuracy was the one area where we have experienced the biggest improvement," reports Breuers.
As a company we are continuously looking for opportunities to improve our customer's experience," adds Breuers, "even if these opportunities are far upstream from the actual retail store.
Like most kids in the late '40s and early '50s, Breuer collected kid's stuff like lead soldiers, comic books and, of course, baseball cards.
His parents thought the new music was trash, so the teen-aged Breuer bought a turquoise Emerson portable radio so he could lie awake late into the night, listening to Alan Freed spin R & B records with the speaker close to his ear to avoid detection.
In 1962, after high school, Breuer was drafted into the army; he was discharged shortly before the Gulf of Tonkin incident.