Contrary to popular belief, pagers (also known as wireless paging systems) are still being used in the world today. This includes industries such as food and beverage, healthcare, and the fire department. However, they are slowly being replaced by other forms of technology and the future for pagers is uncertain.
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There’s nothing better than taking a break from work after a long week. But there’s one problem – you don’t know where to go. Where else can you go to in Singapore that you’ve not already been to? We know how you feel, which is why we came up with some places for you to go for a fun and fulfilling weekend!
Once referring to the applied arts, technology today refers to the study, knowledge, and application of scientific discoveries. More specifically known digital technology today, it is used in our everyday lives for a variety of purposes. However, there has been countless incidents of the abuse of technology – whether it is truly beneficial or detrimental to society is debatable.
In lieu of the upcoming holiday, SIGNALGRYD has compiled a list of affordable Singaporean dishes that will be sure to trigger memories of home with every bite. From traditional hawker dishes to affordable buffets, we’ve got you covered. We hope that these recommendations will not only bring great joy to your taste buds, but also bring out your inner Singaporean – just in time for the National Day festivities.
In this post, we answer all your questions about wireless paging systems. From how it works to what benefits it can bring to you, we have got you covered.
Wireless paging systems enhance business operations through several means such as saving time and energy and save costs. In this post, we lay out its pros and cons to provide an objective perspective on the use of wireless paging systems.
Government Initiatives: The ICV vs. the PSG The Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) aims to support local SMEs in the IT solutions and equipment industry. It
The mission of SIGNALGRYD has always been to provide genuine business solutions for our customers. We work hard to find possible issues our customers may face in their business operations, and we solve them in our product design so you don’t have to! This article will be sharing why SIGNALGRYD products are ideal solutions from start to end – in terms of cost, accessibility, variety, and aesthetics.
August 9th, a day marked on every Singaporean’s calendar, with many deciding to spend the evening watching the National Day Parade either in person or on TV. However, the spectacular fireworks display, is best enjoyed through the lens of our own eyes. Here are a few bars and restaurants where you can spend the evening having a good National Day, topped off with a killer view of the show.
Hospitality and Tourism industry is one of the busiest industries around the world with stringent service quality standards, where customers have high expectations. We visited our three clients (Pan Pacific, Oakwood Premier and Carlton Hotel) in the industry, who have adopted our wireless Call for Service system. This solution works by eliminating the need for customers to hail for service staffs directly — as staffs would be notified through a watch and/or display receiver to provide faster service to customers.
Lunch can be a tedious daily decision to make when you are working in Central Singapore. Ever wondered how you can fill your stomach with great tasting food without breaking your wallet? Our team at SIGNALGRYD has gone to explore many places in the town area to find you 5 places where you can dine at under a $5 budget.
The Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) is a newly introduced scheme that replaces and combine three existing grants – Spring Singapore’s Innovation & Capability Voucher (ICV), the National Parks Board’s Landscape Productivity Grant, and Infocomm and Media Development Authority’s support for pre-scoped solutions under the SMEs Go Digital Programme. An initial of S$110 million have been set aside for this new initiative. Here are some things you should know about the PSG.
Long weekends are ones that everyone look forward to. Singapore has 4 long weekends this year and the one upcoming, on the 30th of March 2018 is Good Friday!
To help you fully utilise your long weekends, here are our 3 suggestions to make your weekends more enjoyable!