Monitoring technology allows businesses to maintain the efficiency and productivity of their mobile workforce. DispatchPlus provides an invaluable, integrated monitoring solution that utilizes GPS, a programmable emergency button, and radio to smartphone compatibility.
When managing your company’s fleet, finding fair and achievable ways to increase productivity is crucial. Through the fleet management solutions of DispatchPlus, your management team can make the most informed and intelligent decisions, all backed and tracked by data.
From hazardous machinery to noisy work site conditions, there is no denying that construction is a dangerous line of work. However, companies can drastically mitigate construction risks with one simple element: clear and dependable communication.
In any industry, communication is everything. For many dispatch-centric businesses, the decision often comes down to two-way radios or cell phones. While DispatchPlus allows both Motorola radios and smartphones to be integrated with push-to-talk communication, there are elements of each that are best suited to individual members of your workforce.
Despite strict DOT regulations for commercial drivers, it is crucial that they remain in contact with dispatchers so that they can convey information that is critical to the success of operations. With our DOT-compliant communication systems, DispatchPlus closes the gap between driver safety, meeting federal regulations, and maintaining optimal communication.
From ensuring every student boards the bus in the morning to tracking your football team during an away game, school administrators and faculty are faced with numerous concerns when it comes to student security and school bus management.
Take a drive around the Chicago metro area during business hours, and chances are you’ll see many fleet vehicles on the road. Dispatch-centric businesses rely on the mobility of their employees to get the job done on time with the highest level of customer service. But with Bluetooth -linked smartphones and dashboard infotainment features prevalent in today’s modern cars, drivers are overwhelmed with distractions.
Remember Nextel? The wireless network and its push-to-talk service, popular with business clients who need direct communication with workers, was shut down in 2013 following a 2005 merger with Sprint and subsequent spin-off as Sprint Direct Connect.
Smartphones get cracked when worn on the belts of construction workers. They can’t be heard over clanking machinery. And they can distract employees when used for playing games or texting while driving. To address these problems in Houston, DispatchPlus has a tech-savvy spin for an old favorite: the push-to-talk radio.