I spoke with a fellow from Alaska last week. He was using dinky little 2 way radios he bought at a sporting goods store. This fellow pays his workers about $50 an hour. (This is because everything in Alaska is expensive. In Alaska a six pack of beer or a loaf of bread cost ten bucks and a tomato sandwich requires monthly payments.)
My Alaskan friend said his workers are spread out over several acres. It is not easy to keep everyone focused on the most important tasks. Being able to successful use radios is a critical element in his management. It does not take long for effective commercial grade 2 way radios to pay for themselves when your workers are making $50 per hour.
Two way radios don’t cost money…they save money! Two way radios increase safety, boost efficiency and improve productivity.
Here’s an idea: if you want to put the power of 2 way radios to work for you today but you can’t afford to pay for the equipment today consider leasing.
Leasing allows your business to spread the cost of equipment over 1, 2, 3 or 4 years. There may be some tax benefits and typically you will own the equipment at the end of the lease.
Give us a call If you’d like to learn more about how leasing can help you. Doing business with 2 way radio express is easy.
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