Argos Chooses Voxware's VoiceLogistics-R- to Voice-Enable

Distribution Centres; Argos Achieves 99.8% Accuracy, Improves Productivity and 
Reduces Training Time 
LONDON & PRINCETON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 6, 2005
Voxware, Inc. (OTC: VOXW), a leading supplier of
voice-based solutions for the logistics workforce, announced that
Argos, the UK's leading general merchandise retailer, has selected
Voxware's flagship product, VoiceLogistics, and is nearing the
completion of its first phase deployment involving approximately 200
workers at Argos' Basildon, Mossend, and Wolverhampton facilities. The
initial full rollout site, which was a brown field site at Mossend,
was the best new technology start-up in Argos' history. Mossend
quickly surpassed other sites in pick rates. By October 2005, Argos
plans to roll out voice with Voxware further across the network. 
"We've achieved a greater than 99.8% accuracy rate in the DCs that
have deployed Voxware's VoiceLogistics, as compared to 98.5% for
non-voice DCs," stated Eddie Mcgilveray, the WMS Project Manager at
Argos. "We've also seen a productivity increase in picking through the
changes in process that voice allows, which is impressive, considering
that labor standards were already in place. In addition, our training
time has decreased significantly as a result of implementing voice." 
Argos has established a very strong, trusted brand focused on
choice, value and convenience. The company's supply chain strategy
helps set Argos apart from its competitors. VoiceLogistics offers
greater efficiencies, which enables Argos to compete more effectively
on price. In addition, the accuracy that Argos has achieved with
VoiceLogistics means that stores are receiving the right products at
the right time, which increases customer satisfaction. 
"We are very pleased that a market leader like Argos has chosen
Voxware as a key enabler of its supply chain, and even more pleased at
the quantifiable results they have achieved," said Thomas Drury,
Voxware CEO. "The UK is already a very strong market for Voxware's
VoiceLogistics, and this commitment by Argos affirms our leadership
position and increases our momentum." 
VoiceLogistics also enables Argos' users to use their own
languages and dialects and the real time data and accuracy that voice
offers has decreased replenishment time and the number of
replenishments made. In addition, replenishment rates are far better
than when Argos was using a paper-based system. Work is currently
underway to understand the possibilities for voice in all other
aspects of the warehousing operations with a view to maximizing the
return on investment and choosing the right technology for the right
operations. 
"We intend to maximize the use of voice throughout the
distribution centre," continued Mcgilveray. "As we deploy more
applications, we increase the return on our investment. Thus, we fully
intend to make use of idle units with other applications during
off-peak times." 
About Argos 
Argos was founded in 1973 and is now the UK's leading general
merchandise retailer. Owned by GUS plc and part of the Argos Retail
Group, Argos now has over 550 stores throughout the UK and Republic of
Ireland, as well as distribution centres, call centres and its head
office in Milton Keynes, employing over 23,000 people in total. Over
the next three years, Argos is planning to open 35 new stores a year
and approximately 98% of the UK population now live within 10 miles of
an Argos store. 
About Voxware 
Voxware's corporate headquarters are in Princeton, New Jersey,
with operating offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts and the United
Kingdom. Additional information about Voxware can be obtained on the
Internet www.voxware.com. 
This news release contains forward-looking statements. Such
statements are subject to certain factors that may cause Voxware's
plans to differ or results to vary from those expected including the
risks associated with Voxware's need to introduce new and enhanced
products and services in order to increase market penetration and the
risk of obsolescence of its products and services due to technological
change; Voxware's need to attract and retain key management and other
personnel with experience in providing integrated voice-based
solutions for e-logistics, specializing in the supply chain sector;
the potential for substantial fluctuations in Voxware's results of
operations; competition from others; Voxware's evolving distribution
strategy and dependence on its distribution channels; the potential
that speech products will not be widely accepted; Voxware's need for
additional capital; and a variety of risks set forth from time to time
in Voxware's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Voxware undertakes no obligation to publicly release results of any of
these forward-looking statements that may be made to reflect events or
circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of
unexpected results. 
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