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Make Store Replenishment a Competitive Advantage with Robotic Automation
Efficient store replenishment is a critical factor when it comes to driving your business to success. With growing labor shortages and increasing costs, it has become imperative for you to explore robotic automation as a solution to ensuring you keep your stores stocked and ready for your customers.

Join Berkshire Grey’s Head of Product Marketing, Bryan Dsouza, and Principal Solution Architect, Noah Maynard, at 2 pm ET on August 23rd for a webinar where you will learn about how robotic automation can:

• Help your organization improve labor efficiencies by up to 4X for your store replenishment processes.

• Increase order container cube utilization by up to 10% while processing nearly 100% of typical less-than-case SKU assortments.

• Scale throughput by adding orchestrated parallel systems.

• Operate with or without integration with traditional material handling systems such as AS/RS.



You’ll also learn how an existing customer is attributing throughput improvements in their store replenishment processes to robotic automation.

Aug 23, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Bryan Dsouza
Head of Product Marketing @Berkshire Grey
Bryan Dsouza drives product marketing motions at Berkshire Grey. He focuses on positioning, messaging, and GTM strategies for the company. He has led product management and product marketing teams in his prior experience and has expertise in SaaS, PaaS, and robotics.
Noah Maynard
Principal Solution Architect @Berkshire Grey
Noah is a Principal Solutions Architect at Berkshire Grey. In his role, he works closely with customers to identify the most impactful use and optimal implementations for robotic fulfillment solutions. He brings 15 years of experience working in grocery process improvement and supply chain automation via industrial engineering and program management positions at C&S Wholesale Grocers and as a Director in the systems engineering group at Symbotic. Noah has a Bachelor of Science in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering from Cornell University.