TeamTalk Frontline Issue 64
Welcome to the 64th issue of our customer newsletter, online for the first time! We hope you appreciate the new look and approach.
It’s been a really productive couple of months for the team here, with a large number of projects on the go…
We’re really excited about the launch of RTmax - our new Auckland public access Digital network, with tons of customer interest and a number of analogue fleets in the process of moving across to the new network. Check out the RTmax webpage.
Our Motorola dealership is keeping the team busy as we move into selling a full range of Radios and Accessories. Our new RadioCombo (radio and network bundled in on low monthly fee) is proving very popular. Checkout our battery promo for a great deal on upgrading your charger and batteries!
Our R&D team have been working on a range of new Software as a Service (SaaS) initiatives – watch this space for new product offerings from TeamTalk that will significantly lower the ‘cost of entry’ for enterprise grade radio management – no upfront investment and a low monthly subscriber fee for integrated radio and cellular communications/real time location tracking and dispatch management. Talk to your Account Manager now to participate in upcoming pilot in June.
The new health and safety legislation coming into effect new months has seen a number of our customers revisit and invest radio technology as a means to keep their teams safer in the field. In particular there has been a lot of interest in ‘Lone Worker’ and ‘Man Down’ applications. Our Solution Architects can work with your business to ensure you radio investments are maximised in this area.
Please get in touch with your Account Manager if this newsletter raises issues you would like to discuss further…
TeamTalk has announced the launch of its digital trunked mobile radio network RTmax, designed specifically for business and commercial users.
Available initially in the greater Auckland area, with plans to roll out in Waikato, Bay of Plenty, and Wellington in coming months, and the South Island in the future. Read more.
If you’re an SPCA inspector, working on the frontline can be dangerous. Read why Wellington SPCA chose radios on the TeamTalk network.
TeamTalk welcomes Margaret Grant as Mobile Radio Product Manager. Read more.
Don’t want to manage network access and sourcing radios from different suppliers? Let us tell you about RadioCombo…
Providing a simple, hassle-free radio service that combines an MPT network, a mobile radio and support for customers at a set monthly fee, RadioCombo is available on TeamTalk’s FleetLink and ActionNet networks.
RTmaxCombo also available for the TeamTalk RTmax digital trunked network.
Charge your way into 2016!
Purchase one eligible Motorola multi-unit charger and get 6 of the same eligible batteries for $100. Orders must be placed by Monday, 20 June 2016. Contact your Account Manager or call 0800 101 900 for details.