Call for service paging systems have numerous applications. Whilst some provide a cost saving or eﬃciency, more often they’re about adding theatre and giving great customer service.
When Dinggly launched in 2015 our fear was needing to justify how a call for button can replace human service. Whilst there will always be a role in driving down costs and increasing efﬁciencies, we needn’t have worried. Here are a few reasons why call for service buttons enrich can an environment.
- They respect privacy, whilst permitting highly attentive service. For example poolside cabanas and VIP booths can be left alone, but know service is seconds away
- They add theatre and spontaneity. Call for service buttons, especially luxury ones, put the ordering point within and arms reach and encourage additional, spontaneous sales
- They remove the stress associated with trying to ﬂag-down service. Customers can relax knowing they’ve been served fairly and in order.
Beyond hospitality, call for service buttons provide a diverse range of tasks, for example:
- Calling lorries and pick-ups forward for loading
- Flagging low stocks on productions lines
- Opening locked display cabinets within retail And many, many more!