Heavey RF Group recently hosted an informative and forward-thinking tech session at its Dublin headquarters which impressed delegates with innovative new technologies, applications, and benefits for high-profile clients such as Glanbia, Bulmers, BWG, and Musgraves.
Continuing its €1 million growth plan, the company which provides innovative hardware and software solutions for the warehouse and logistics industry opened its doors to welcome a range of national and international clients, prospects, and suppliers.
Developments and solutions demonstrated at the tech session included Heavey RF’s unique usage of eye-tracking technology which allows for a scientific investigation of warehouse workflows and thorough understanding of operational requirements. Also revealed was the new feature set and interface of the newest version of Heavey RF’s software platform VocalPoint 3.3.
Delegates were given a rare behind-the-scenes tour of the global warehouse solution provider’s newly expanded operations, which tripled in size last year, and a chance to interface one-on-one with the highly trained professional staff that deliver unparalleled service to them daily.
Ronan Clinton, CEO of Heavey RF Group said:
“It was truly a great honour to showcase our new premises and solutions to a wide range of customers and partners during our launch event. The level of interest and participation throughout the day was extremely encouraging. I would like to sincerely thank all customers, prospects, suppliers, and employees for making the day a great success. Our use of eye tracking technology continues to gain significant interest while our VocalPoint 3.3 release was very well received by both current and potential future users. Our guest speakers on enterprise mobility and large scale deployments provided an excellent insight into how our collaborative approach continues to address the needs of our customers.”
Heavey RF’s client portfolio includes Glanbia, Musgrave Group, Bulmers, United Drug, Johnston Logistics, BWG Foods and Syncreon Logistics. Its turnover in 2016 was in excess of €12 million.