New PIVOT Delivers Enterprise-Grade Wireless Voice Communication

By CIOReview | Monday, March 7, 2016
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BOULDER, CO: Unveiling the second generation PIVOT smartphone model to the market, Spectralink Corporation, a wireless mobile communications service provider for the healthcare industry announced the enhancement on several features of the PIVOT model. The latest PIVOT model serves and adapts to the enterprise environment by integrating enterprise-grade and purpose-built mobile solutions.

The model was originally designed for the caregivers in the healthcare centers with in-built clinical setting. In this context, Ben Guderian, Senior Director of Product Management, Spectralink states, “Hospitals have been using the Pivot Android rugged device for applications such as secure texting and the mobilization of electronic health records.” Upgrade to the second generation PIVOT makes the model stronger in terms of use by equipping it with rear facing camera, powered by Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system, and a configuration management Server 2.0 supporting both premises-based and hosted deployments. To facilitate good handling of the model, an additional charging and innovative carrying options for linking a holster and belt clip such as spring-loaded clip is provided with the device allowing the model to attach with lab coat pockets. Ashish Sharma, Chief Marketing Officer, Spectralink  says, "These enhancements to the PIVOT portfolio were driven by listening to our customers and delivering solutions that further increase ROI through improved patient care and patient satisfaction."  

PIVOT model optimizes the user experience in sharing high resolution camera information, risk-free investment and reducing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with WorkSmart maintenance service offerings like the SpectraCare and its upgraded version - the SpectraCare Plus. Built for the healthcare users,  the PIVOT proves its durability with an ergonomic design offering HD voice quality communication over Wi-Fi roaming, and Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), all backed up with a strong support service. The model enables to access healthcare applications like the Epic’s Rover and Cerner’s CareAware Connect.