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!

CALLING DEVICES

RECEIVING DEVICES

How are calls received?

To your phone or tablet, as an action list via the Dinggly App.

To a Dinggly Wrist Pager, as an action list.

As an interactive call status display, with pop-up notifications, on any device running Google Chrome browser.

To a Dinggly-supported smartplug, allowing buttons to command devices including lights and sirens.

Any combination of receiving devices can used within any Dinggly system

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