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Vangard Voice Systems and AbeTech Partner to Deliver Mobile Voice Productivity From AbeTech Enterprise Mobile Devices

Mobile Voice Solution Delivers New Workforce Productivity on AbeTech Mobile Devices Supporting Manufacturing, Warehouse Management, Retail, Transportation and Healthcare Applications

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/08/12 -- Vangard Voice Systems, Inc. (Vangard) announced today its partnership with AbeTech, a market leader offering the widest selection of enterprise data collection mobile hardware. Vangard and AbeTech will collaborate in marketing Vangard's AccuSpeechMobile® voice solution that upgrades any mobile workforce application with voice-controls, voice response and seamless application integration solely from, and on AbeTech's comprehensive offering of mobile devices. The device-based voice innovations delivers new workforce productivity and efficiency by empowering mobile workers to voice-collect, access and hear real-time information while maintaining visual & manual focus on their mobile tasks.

"Vangard's simplified approach for delivering high-productivity voice capabilities is a substantial value-add for our AbeTech customers using our wide selection of enterprise-grade mobile devices," said Steve Schmidt, President of AbeTech. "The market scalability of Vangard's mobile solution also allows us to offer voice productivity, not only for simplified voice picking in the warehouse, but for any of our customer's mobile manufacturing, warehouse management, retail, transportation or healthcare applications."

"Our innovative voice solution exploits the power of today's enterprise mobile computer allowing it to become the practical platform for delivering voice control capabilities and seamless integration to any mobile enterprise application," said Bob Bova, President and CEO of Vangard Voice Systems. "Fortune class customers are already benefiting from our practical and affordable voice solution delivered on AbeTech mobile devices."

How It Works
Vangard's AccuSpeechMobile includes its patented device-based Universal Voice Utility. The utility non-invasively upgrades any existing mobile applications with full voice functionality and seamless, 'server-less' integration solely from-and-on mobile devices and computers. The mobile solution completely eliminates the IT server as the source for voice services or application integration The Universal Voice Utility includes a wizard-based software development kit that enables IT professionals to quickly customize the device resident 'voice utility' to seamlessly support all application functions.

About AbeTech
AbeTech based in Rogers, Minnesota is a provider of enterprise mobile computing, bar coding, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and other advanced data collection solutions. AbeTech takes their mission seriously: to maximize productivity and asset visibility through the innovative design of track and trace solutions for businesses across North America. AbeTech designs and deploys best-in-class scalable solutions that give their clients a competitive edge. Learn more at: www.abetech.com

About Vangard Voice Systems
Vangard Voice Systems is the innovative provider of AccuSpeechMobile, a completely mobile, practical server-less solution that upgrades any mobile workforce application with a fully functional voice-user-interface (VUI) and seamless application integration, powered solely from the mobile device. Now mobile workforces can achieve greater productivity by easily maintaining manual and visual focus on mobile tasks while using faster, more accurate voice-commands to collect and access the information they need. The mobile solution supports on-premise, cloud-based, hosted or SaaS mobile implementations. Learn more at: www.vangardvoice.com

Contact:
Dan Villanueva
Vangard Voice Systems
[email protected]
703.505.2984

Contact:
Chris Eliason
AbeTech
[email protected]
763.428.1276

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