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.
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 stems from the Innovation and Capability Voucher (ICV) which has phased out since 2018 and was designed to enhance organisations in four capability areas: financial management, human resources, innovation, and …
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.
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.
In the competitive field of the Food & Beverage Industry, restaurants used to focus on producing delectable foods but getting the word around is now equally paramount. Cafes, restaurants and even hawker stalls are being ranked and it is a constant battle of who is better. As the world of technology rapidly advances, people are more actively spreading word-of-mouth recommendations.