“I went from utilizing a three-site voter system to a single-site digital system so it was a big increase in coverage and clarity,” said Tracy Neal, communications director for McDuffie County Sheriff’s Office.
The system increased coverage in areas where it had previously been difficult to operate a handheld. In addition, Neal said that security, as well as the price and feature set, were all determining factors.
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Bulawayo City Council’s (BCC) state of the art call centre was recently awarded a Service Excellence Award in the public sector, local authorities and utilities category at a ceremony held in Harare.
The call centre is fully equipped with state of the art PABX and NEXEDGE® two-way radio equipment for instant, reliable communications and is the first of its kind in Zimbabwe… read the full article here →
Stoke Park Estate’s recorded history datesover 1,000 years to before the 1086 Domesday Book with its ownership in a direct line of descent for 515 years from 1066 until 1581. But it wasn’t until 1775 that the parkland began to take on its present form when John Penn, a soldier, scholar and poet whose family were the founders of Pennsylvania, inherited Stoke Park with its Manor House.
Penn commissioned James Wyatt, the architect to King George III, to design the Palladian Mansion and monuments in the grounds which were completed in 1795. It is reputed that the project was largely funded by the £130,000 the new United States Covernment paid for his family’s 26 million acre (110,000 km2) plot in Pennsylyania in 1775. Continue reading
It’s evident that when Land Securities Group Plc developed the One New Change shopping and office complex, creating something extraordinary was their objective.
The location is a stone’s throw from St Pauls Cathedral and London’s bustling financial district. The striking and iconic design, the quality of the retail and restaurant areas and not least the welcoming atmosphere all attest to a design that works superbly in its location.
The £533 million, 564,000 sq ft development, comprising 222,000 sq ft of retail and 342,000 sq ft office space in an unusually low-rise, six storey building of 34 metres in height has been nicknamed the “stealth bomber”, with its dramatic angular lines and thousands of grey and red glass panes. Continue reading
Anthony Couch, Exeter Business Crime Manager and architect of the Exeter Business Against Crime (EBAC) initiative talks to us about how NEXEDGE® digital two way radio helps keep his city centre safe.
Since its introduction by Exeter City Centre Management Partnership in 2005 as part of the Association of Business Crime Partnerships programme, demand to join the Exeter Business Against Crime (EBAC) initiative has grown consistently to include shops, pubs, restaurants, car parks, police and even street chaplains operating in the city centre.
With a resident population of around 120,000, a top 10 university, excellent road, rail and air transport links and regional investment, Exeter is one of the top ten most profitable locations for a business to be based. Continue reading