Some of the big challenges in the radio-dealer industry are succession plans amid a trend of increased consolidation in the dealer sector. Dave Robison, the late USMSS/TRNI chairman, spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson about these issues and how they impact the way dealerships are valued.
Darren Kastner, SafeMobile’s vice president of sales, demonstrates how the company’s radioPad Base Station application lets user control two-way-radio functions via Wi-Fi and he SafeBridge LAN unit during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson at the EWA/USMSS Wireless Leadership Summit in Denver.
Multiple-employer plans (MEPs) represent a way for small-business employers—the category for most radio dealers—to provide retirement-investment programs to their employees that are comparable to those offered by larger employers.
Driven by a need to increase efficiency and cater to a more technology-savvy workforce, the manufacturing sector is embracing automation solutions throughout the supply chain, according to several Motorola Solutions representatives and channel partners.
Dan Kosmalski, CEO for Pyramid Solutions, demonstrates his company’s alerting system that is designed for use in manufacturing facilities during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson.
By leveraging Motorola Solutions’ real-time-crime-center technology, the state of Illinois hopes to leverage information from disparate retail thefts to uncover trends that can be used to help law enforcement apprehend those associated with organized retail crime (ORC).
San Diego-Based TakeLessons’ suite of cloud-based enterprise tools helps mom-and-pop instructors do things that they’re typically not very good at, such as market themselves to find students, keep schedules straight and collect payments.