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ANT Telecommunications Ltd

Swift House
Peregrine Business Park
Gomm Road
Buckinghamshire
HP13 7DL
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01494 833100
Email : info@anttele.com
Web : www.anttele.com


Article archive for ANT Telecommunications Ltd;

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Lonza selects ANT Telecom to provide lone worker system that safeguards and offers better communication for staff 15 January 2015

Lonza, a leading supplier to the life science industries, has selected ANT Telecom to provide a tailored lone worker system to be used within its UK facility. As part of the expansion and modernisation of the company’s GMP plant in Slough to allow for larger scale production, the VoWiFi lone worker system will be implemented across the site....

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The high-value, secure lone worker 12 September 2014

It’s a commonly held view that nothing works in isolation. But the estimated six million people in the UK classified as ‘lone workers’ may well disagree; they’re expected to do it every day. Klaus Allion, Managing Director at ANT Telecom, outlines how investing in a unified communication system that integrates lone workers can make your budget – and your mobile workforce – go further and work harder....

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Communications technology webinar for the process industries 26 March 2014

On Wednesday 16th April at 1.00pm, ANT Telecom is holding an hour-long webinar on how modern communications technology can boost your operational efficiency by drastically cutting the time it takes you to respond to events. ...

Extending unified communications connectivity, presence and awareness to the mobile workforce 02 July 2012

Today's generation of younger — and not-so-young — workers increasingly expect to be able to work and do business anywhere,at any time, through whatever device they prefer. The growing volumes of mobile workers and the rapid development ofsmartphones and tablets are really changing the game. A well thought-out, technology-enabled communications strategy c...