Hospital communication systems are absolutely essential for all healthcare organizations. After all, when it comes to caring for human lives, efficiency, timeliness, and safety are the keys to giving patients the best care possible. When it comes to communication in hospital settings, two-way radios are undoubtedly the best solution available. Read on to discover why.
School walkie talkies are essential to day-to-day operations. They keep your entire staff connected so emergency situations can be handled quickly and efficiently. Beyond helping to protect the safety of students and personnel, radio equipment keeps the whole team on the same page, ensuring that every day runs smoothly with no hiccups or confusion.
Read on to discover why using the absolute best two-way radios for schools is so critical these days.
Given that technology is always advancing, it pays to keep your equipment up-to-date. You want to invest in a system that meets all of your important criteria and will perform at that level for years to come.
Here are some cost-cutting tips to consider when looking to affordable purchase two-way radios.
P25 radios are in reach of everyone’s budget, however, if you know how to buy smart.
Why the RCA RPX4500/4600 are the best P25 radios for emergency preparedness
Hidden key factors you never think of when looking for the lowest bidder
When you shop for 2 way radios, price is often the top consideration. But I have seen it happen too often where it becomes the only consideration.
The hunt for a good deal can blind buyers to what REALLY makes a smart purchase, and as you can imagine it never comes down to just cost.
If you are responsible for procuring P25 CAP Compliant Public Safety Radios for your department, you have no doubt encountered a salesperson pushing Motorola products. Most likely, one of their pricey APX series radios was offered.
However, when looking at the kind of budgets most municipalities are working with these days, the Motorola APX can be an outlandish investment for them. Once all the “extras” are factored in, just ONE of these radios could set you back a whopping FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The Grant Money is GONE
These days, it is nearly impossible for small municipalities to get any money to buy Motorola P25 radios – especially at an average price tag of $3,000 to $5,000 per radio!
This is a bum deal. These radios are ridiculously expensive.
But radios don’t have to be.
What if I told you can get durable, high-quality, P25 compliant radios for less than $800 apiece?
First off, let me say that this post could cost me money and I must be crazy for writing it.
Why? Because I could just insist that everyone upgrade their existing radios to digital two-way radio systems right now and rake in the cash. But I would rather be honest, and tell you that not everyone needs to upgrade to digital. First let me explain a little about the technology so you understand where I am coming from.
Are you sick and tired of waiting more than thirty days for your dealer to fix your two-way radios?
I happen to think that for businesses where radios provide mission-critical support, having to wait this long for service is an outrage.
Let me explain why this occurs, and what you can do about it.