How to Use the General Mobile Radio Service for Canadian Business Applications
How to Use the General Mobile Radio Service for Canadian Business Applications will teach you how to use GMRS short-range radio communications to reduce wireless radio costs, improve your company's performance, and provide excellent customer service for both your internal and external customers. More
Canadian businesses rely on wireless communications more than ever to conduct business, service customers, and keep staff safe. With the increase in costs of mobile phone calls, texting, pagers, and commercial two-way radio equipment and services, many Canadian businesses have turned to Canada's General Mobile Radio Service, or GMRS, to cut costs or add radio communications to their daily work duties. GMRS, using two-watt handheld (walkie-talkie) radios operating on UHF frequencies, provide efficient and effective short-range radio communications for many business applications such as construction sites, work crews, truckers, farmers, warehousing, retail stores, restaurants, hotels and motels, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and myriad of other business activities.
Unlike similar two-watt business-band radios that can cost several hundred dollars each with added expenses of licencing the radios and the business-band frequencies, GMRS radios can be purchased for as little as fifty dollars per pair or less with no added costs to use. With the same performance capabilities and features, GMRS can replace your expensive two-watt UHF business radios or can be added to your business arsenal.
GMRS keeps workers remotely connected to one another when performing job duties or other tasks. Safety aspects of GMRS let workers summon help or notify other workers or managers in cases of fire, accident, robbery, violence, extreme weather conditions, and natural and man-made disasters. GMRS also allows companies to equip staff with radios to perform duties more efficiently and effective with immediate two-way radio communications. Warehouse, road crews, and constructions workers and supervisors can deal with the movement of vehicles and other equipment and respond to other workers needs. Hotel and motel staff, from the front desk to concierge, housekeeping, and room service can contact each other to provide excellent service to customers, and supervisors can reallocate staff to better service customers' demands. Retail businesses can use GMRS to allow staff to communicate between the cashiering area and the stock room.
Whatever your needs are with inexpensive short-range wireless communications, Canada's General Mobile Radio Service is there for you. This book will tell you what GMRS is, how you can use it in your business to reduce costs, improve productivity, and service your customers better, and how maintain an effective inventory and create an effective communications system policy.
How to Use the General Mobile Radio Service for Canadian Business Applications will teach you how to use GMRS short-range radio communications to reduce wireless radio costs, improve your company's performance, and provide excellent customer service for both your internal and external customers.
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