Picavi expands its board of directors and appoints a new CEO

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Pick-by-Vision solutions provider Picavi GmbH has expanded its board of directors to include Carsten Funke and Ralph Schraven. With Ulrich Prinz succeeding Jens Harig and leading management as CEO, the leaders will continue to drive Picavi’s international growth.

Carsten Funke has been with Picavi since 2016. As CSO, he is responsible for sales and marketing and established Picavi in ​​the North American market, leading Picavi US Inc. as CEO since 2019. Funke was appointed to the board of Directors with Ralph Schraven, who has led the technical development of Picavi’s products and services as CTO and COO since 2018.

Picavi’s new CEO is Ulrich Prinz, an experienced manager in the IT industry. The new management trio intends to further accelerate Picavi’s successful international growth and apply the company’s expertise in new areas. Another focus will be the new “Vision-as-a-Service” subscription model, offering users unlimited access to the Pick-by-Vision ecosystem at a fixed monthly price per workstation, as well as flexibility and maximum investment security, the company explained.

Many large international companies from a wide range of industries already trust Picavi Pick-by-Vision. Founded in 2013, Picavi has been offering a market-ready pick-by-vision solution since 2015. Today, the company’s reference list includes many applications that go far beyond manual picking. In the goods-to-person environment, for example, the solution provides up to 15% higher productivity and a significantly faster return on investment compared to conventional put-to-light systems, according to Picavi. Additionally, the system can be used for in-store fulfillment processes or in reverse logistics as an intelligent employee support system.






November 7, 2022


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