Nextel Case Studies

Replacing Nextel Push-To-Talk In Your Fleet

Improve Fleet Efficiency And Your Competitive Edge With A Motorola MOTOTRBO Two-Way Digital Radio System

The Challenge

Finding The Right Replacement Option For Nextel Push-To Talk Services

Maintaining profitability and a competitive edge in local trucking operations requires maximum efficiency — you need to be able to reach your drivers at any time, and you need to know where your drivers are at all times in order to minimize mileage and maximize delivery speed. Your Nextel mobile phones provide that critical communications link today. But with the Nextel network closing down in June 2013, you need to find a new way to link drivers to each other and your dispatchers — as well as a way to monitor the real-time location of every truck in your fleet.

The Solution

Deliver Push-To-Talk Services And Much More At A Lower Cost With The Motorola MOTOTRBO Digital Two-Way Radio System

When you choose a Motorola MOTOTRBO two-way radio system, you get the same high-quality push-to-talk services your drivers enjoyed over the Nextel network, plus additional communication services that help reduce mileage and help ensure deliveries are on time every time — all at a lower cost. In addition, you get the flexibility to choose the right radio for each driver. Unlike mobile phones, our radios are not restricted by the U.S. Department of Transportation — they can be utilized by drivers while they are operating a truck, helping to ensure the constant connection you need to obtain maximum collaboration and fleet efficiency. When it comes to deployment, you can choose the style that best fits your business needs: purchase your own system; add subscribers to a commercial MOTOTRBO system — or both.

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Replacing Nextel Push-To-Talk In Manufacturing

Increase End-To-End Plant Efficiency And Uptime
With A Motorola MOTOTRBO™ Two-Way Digital Radio System

The Challenge:

Finding The Right Replacement Option For Nextel Push-To-Talk Services

Whether you run a global network of warehouses or multiple local plants, you need reliable communications in order to maximize efficiency and productivity — and eliminate unplanned downtime. Today, your Nextel mobile phones provide that critical communications link. But with the Nextel network closing down in June 2013, you need to find a new way to link workers in every corner of the plant — from production line operators and supervisors to engineers, warehouse workers, quality control and facilities security.

The Solution:

Deliver Push-To-Talk Services And Much More At A Lower Cost With The Motorola MOTOTRBO Digital Two-Way Radio System

When you choose a Motorola MOTOTRBO two-way radio system, you get the same high-quality push-to-talk services That were delivered over the Nextel network, plus additional communication services that help to further improve operational efficiencies, uptime and your competitive edge — all at a lower cost. In addition, you get the flexibility to choose the right radio for each worker, plus the deployment style that best fits your business needs: you can purchase your own system; simply add subscribers to a commercial MOTOTRBO system — or both.

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