Just two doors down from the Bank of England, 60 Threadneedle Street is a standout modern development in the heart of the City’s financial district. On the site of the old London Stock Exchange, the curved glass and steel facade brings cutting edge elegance to one of the capital’s most historic locations. Inside, the building combines Grade A office space with three sought-after dining destinations and is adorned by rotating collections of original art.
Facilities management of the premises is supported by a Motorola two way radio system hired from Brentwood. After listening to the operator’s requirements for an upgrade to their existing analogue equipment, namely to improve the coordination and monitoring of works teams, we recommended Motorola SL4000 and DP2400 handsets.
Both models benefit from enhanced digital audio, private calling options and additional safety features such as a one-touch emergency button and remote worker monitoring. The SL4000, a highly compact handset which resembles a mobile phone with its full keypad and screen, also offers extra supervisory features such as network monitoring, work ticket allocation, telephony integration and the ability to send text messages and emails.
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Work Ticket Allocation