Push to Talk for Snow Removal Crew

Snow removal crews must tackle large jobs in relatively short amounts of time. Whether you’re managing a team of snow plows clearing roads and parking lots or you have teams of dedicated pros hitting sidewalks, driveways, and alleys to get rid of snow quickly so homeowners can go about their duties, push to talk radios can help you keep your crews on task and on target.

These are just a few of the benefits PTT has to offer your snow removal business.

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Push to Talk Two Way Radios for Big-Box Stores

Big-box stores cover a lot of ground. In fact, some can be in the neighborhood of 60,000 to 140,000 square foot range and supercenters can be upwards of 250,000 square feet, or nearly six acres, according to the Institute of Local Self Reliance (ILSR). And the parking lots around big-box stores can be several times as large as the store itself.

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Push to Talk Two-Way Radios for Tree Farms

Christmas tree farms are a small business in most areas, but the business itself may range between five acres to hundreds of acres, requiring numerous employees throughout the year to help check on the health of trees, monitor their growth rates, ensure proper planting rotations, and to support the business.

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Dos and Don’ts for Caring for Your Peak PTT Two-Way Radio

Today’s two-way PTT radios are more rugged and durable than ever before. For instance, the Peak PTT-244G Push To Talk Radio hap an IP rating of 68, and is shockproof, dustproof, waterproof, and drop tested from a height of five feet. It can even withstand a dunk in water up to 3.3 feet.

That being said, there are some things you do and do not want to do with your PTT radio to help extend its life and usefulness — including these listed below.

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Benefits of Push to Talk (PTT) for the Hotel Industry

Push to talk (PTT) communication is revolutionizing and revitalizing the hospitality industry in many exciting ways. Not only can it be used to help management keep up with the inner workings of their hotels when locked away in an office dealing with paperwork and bookkeeping, but it can also prove instrumental for the following employees as well.

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Push to Talk for Retail Warehouses

Retail warehouses are increasingly in demand as online shopping and ecommerce are on the rise. How much so? According to Shopify, global ecommerce sales are expected to reach $4.5 trillion by the year 2021. What that means for businesses is that are increased demands for retail warehouses to assist with fulfilment of these online orders.

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Push to Talk Radios for Railroads

Rail transportation remains a viable means for shipping products and goods, and transporting people, throughout the United States. While not as fashionable a method of travel as in Europe, the rails provide a comfortable travel experience for many professional commuters and travelers wary of air travel every day.

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Push to Talk Two-Way Radios for Malls

Malls across the country are embracing the many benefits push to talk communication via two-way radios can improve efficiency, promote safety, and create happier customers in all areas of the mall. From food courts to maintenance, security, and sales, push to talk two-way radios, like those offered here at Peak PTT, are changing the way employees communicate and that is excellent news for customers engagement and appreciation.

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LMR vs. POC

The land mobile radio (LMR) system has been widely used as the “go to” communications system for wireless users. This system utilizes wireless two-way radios for communications. Even federal agencies and the U.S. military have used LMR systems for communications in addition to many U.S. businesses that have used this communication system as well – especially large fleets or companies that provide dispatched services.

The times are changing, though, and the advancing technology and features available for push to talk over cellular (POC) users are turning the tides in favor of a newer technology for more effective communication.

Benefits of POC over LMR

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