According to George, telephone calling is not usually the best option for jobs that demand real-time communication among peers. Therefore, it is essential for individuals engaged in such work to have push-to-talk (PTT) functionality on their mobile phones or have a dedicated device altogether.
The PICO Wired Surveillance Kit, a simpler more robust alternative to Bluetooth for PTT over Cellular (PoC) users
One of the major areas that PRYME serves is logistics, which over the course of time has witnessed major disruption due to the technology revolution. In fact, one of PRYME’s clients, Lafarge—a Canadian cement manufacturing company—now runs cement trucks that are equipped with a state-of-the-art multipurpose app, which not only traces the movement of vehicles but also ensures that the concrete stays in optimum condition, delivers invoices to customers, and more. The cement giant wanted to enhance the operational efficiency further by installing a PTT feature on top of the app. This is where PRYME stepped in and provided the company with all the necessary equipment and accessories to actualize their business goals. This is one of the many examples wherein PRYME’s wireless and two-way accessories are working in tandem with technological progress and redefining communication.
Going ahead, PRYME envisions augmenting its inventory of products continuously as the year progresses. The opening of the firm’s Taiwan factory a few years back, produced excellent results as they were able to pioneer top-notch Bluetooth innovations, as well as create custom communications solutions when needed. Backed by the robust infrastructure that Taiwan provided along with a host of talented engineers, PRYME developed its Bluetooth transceiver software that allowed them to be cost-effective, swift, and efficient simultaneously. The firm endeavors to keep its streak of innovation alive while moving forward. “Admittedly, our company is very low key but at the same time we’re always breaking ground with revolutionary products and technologies,” George concludes.