Motorola Hands-Free Devices Add Portability, Productivity to Retail Communications

Ainsley Jones

Motorola is looking to provide increased productivity to the retail industry with its latest offerings from its integrated voice portfolio. Motorola's new CLP two-way radios and the EWB 100 TEAM badge voice-over-wireless LANN, push-to-talk device purports to improve communications with more portable devices that take advantage of wireless technologies and ultimately improve customer service, customer satisfaction and customer retention, according to Motorola's release on PRNewswire.

 

Mike Vizard over at our CTO Edge site says Motorola's TEAM badge also could prove useful outside the retail industry. Vizard suggests such a device could be beneficial in warehouses and as part of an emergency-response system.



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