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Rufus Labs Receives Food Logistics’ 2021 Top Software & Technology Providers Award

Rufus Labs, makers of intelligent wearable warehouse technology and workforce analytics software, announced the honor of being named to Food Logistics’ 2021 Top Software & Technology Providers Award. The award honors software and technology providers that ensure a safe, efficient and reliable global cold food and beverage supply chain.

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Rufus Labs works with a variety of companies in the food and beverage industry including ASDA and Bashas’, both premier distributors of food, beverage, and grocery products to their supermarkets.

“The food and beverage industry is a place where Rufus is growing,” said Gabe Grifoni, CEO of Rufus Labs. “We’re honored to receive this recognition, which further exemplifies how dedicated we are to providing our customers with fast, reliable technology.”

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“Software developments and emerging technologies are what make the world go ’round. They’re what make supply chains move, even when the world stops. They’re what keeps people, products and plants safe. They provide traceability, visibility, efficiency and credibility. And, the winners from this year’s award prove that there are no limitations to what software and technology can do in the supply chain space,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

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Rufus’ wearable technology helps it’s customers save time by working smarter, not harder. Customers have seen 50% improvement in pick speed on average by switching from handheld scanners to Rufus’ wearable devices, which converts to an average of 780 hours of labor saved per year per worker.

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