Purcell Radio – Technology Company, is gradually spreading the word about their bespoke radio communication systems
As their name indicates, Purcell Radio started by simply supplying radio communication equipment to companies. Over the years, they have helped hundreds of firms to manage communications over huge sites. Their radios have kept security staff in touch with the gatehouse and production line supervisors in touch with the departments responsible for bringing the raw materials to the line.
Their equipment is used in far more places than many people realise. Many people think of two-way radios as old technology. However, many modern institutions could not function without these radio systems. This includes hospitals, sports centres, schools, factories and transport hubs. Two way radios may not have been around for a long time, but the technology has definitely not stood still.
Over the years, they have evolved and now provide bespoke communication systems that are tailored to meet the needs of a huge range of companies. They have recently added the ability to log calls and events automatically without the need for paper logs, so now offer a range of software as well as hardware. In many cases, they have played a part in the development of this software. They are certified Motorola, Kenwood and Hytera software developers. Their day-to-day, hands on experience, is invaluable when it comes to software development. The Purcell team fully understand the communication challenges all sorts of firms face. They know what works and what does not, so are perfectly placed to develop the interface between radio hardware and new software to ensure that clients get the most out of it.
The future for Purcell Radio is bright
The team at Purcell Radio believe they have a bright future. Increasingly, firms are prepared to invest in high quality communication systems for their work sites. Firms know that a reliable and integrated radio system pays for itself, because being able to communicate across a large site by radio and find personnel in moments saves time and therefore, money.