Season 9 Episode 12 of Hawaii Five-0 features the signature QuietCall® healthcare pager from JTECH.
Sometimes the best solutions are the simple ones. And, believe it or not, there is an art to keeping things easy. EasyAssist, the newest wireless call button from JTECH, makes two-way communication clear, effortless and intuitive.
JTECH’s most robust integration and messaging platform, the IStation Master Controller has launched two new features: Data Logging and CloudAlert™. Managers and staff can now receive notifications via pager when they receive specified time-sensitive emails. Capturing data allows industry pros to make informed decisions about wait times, peak hours and more.
According to recent data from Upserve, a 45-minute table turnover time is ideal for maximum revenue. Guests who linger can drag down overall revenue for your restaurant. But according to a new report from Upserve, it can also drag down your server's tips.
HostConcepts™ Waitlist and Table Management enables restaurants to increase revenue and optimize the table turn "sweet spot". Master your waitlist and pair HostConcepts with guest paging and the IStation master controller and start capturing your restaurant's analytics through data logging.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags are everywhere. Designed to quickly scan what it is and where it is, the technology is now being used for an ever-expanding list of situations. RFID-enabled gun safety products, rental cars, and even lost golf balls are a few clever uses.
JTECH, a leader in wireless communications has teamed up with Motorola to make it easy for you to buy two-way radios online or by phone.
From reservations to service, technology is present in nearly every aspect of restaurant management. Tech helps operations run faster, smoother and enables a more engaging experience for guests.
You've spent countless hours getting the decor and ambiance in your dining area just right to impress your guests. But what does your restaurant bathroom say about you?
Despite the large number of professionals who use smartphones, most medical professionals — especially doctors, continue to wear pagers. Why?