Simple, one-touch communication devices are the need of the hour for companies in various industry verticals. The traditional walkie-talkie does not exactly meet the evolving needs of modern day organizations and hence, companies are offering something new and unique.
Helping businesses looking to migrate from their old legacy systems, AT&T (News - Alert) has unveiled enhanced push to talk services. With AT&T EPTT, companies will now get more accessories and devices and they will also have improved control of their workforce, the company has stated.
AT&T EPTT is selected by various hotels, cruise lines, and resorts to enable their employees to communicate more efficiently with each other. AT&T EPTT uses a host of platforms to enable employees to connect with each other on the go. It also enables users to switch easily between cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
With AT&T EPTT, even employees have lots of choices to use their preferred devices to communicate. For example, corporate employees can use their preferred smartphones. The ones in maintenance or housekeeping, where a delicate smartphone may not work all the time, can use more rugged devices and they can all communicate with each other with ease.
“Whether migrating from CDMA push-to-talk or two-way radios, customers can now tap into the broadest portfolio of field service solutions from AT&T," said Abhi Ingle (News - Alert), Senior Vice President of Advanced Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions. "By offering a wide array of mobile devices, accessories and applications, AT&T EPTT delivers the communications experience the field workers need to get the job done.”
AT&T has been continuously working to enhance its portfolio of EPTT devices. In 2013, the company added three new Sonim rugged mobile devices to the AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk portfolio. The Sonim XP1520 BOLT SL, offered by AT&T is a rugged device that can work in very tough conditions. The XP1520 BOLT SL can be dropped from six feet onto concrete.