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Category: DECT Terminals
Slim and light DECT handset for highly active environments - Reflecting Panasonic’s aim of providing technology that integrates easily into working lives, the KX-TCA285 DECT handset is slim and light, making it perfect for highly mobile, active professional environments. To ensure efficient, comfortable and clear communication, the KX-TCA285 is equipped with a noise reduction function, which can be enabled at the press of a button. This function reduces surrounding noise and makes the speaker’s voice far easier to hear and understand. Additionally, the KX-TCA285 automatically adjusts the receiver volume to an easy-to-hear level if it detects noise when moving from a quiet place to a noisy place, providing comfortable voice calls without stress. Because work in factories, the healthcare and retail industries often requires both hands to be used, it can be difficult to communicate while holding a phone. The KX-TCA285 supports Bluetooth®, which enables you to communicate using a cable-free headset while working, leading to improved work efficiency.
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Fact: Legacy systems are costing you money, and these costs are only going to increase the longer it takes to switch over to more modern, unified and flexible communication systems.
Even when older systems still work, on-site PBX (private branch exchanges) are increasingly at risk from failing. Sourcing spare parts and engineers capable of fixing them will get more difficult, and expensive. Not investing now will cost more in the future.
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"We were impressed with how Incom looked to help us save money, improve our flexibility to manage seasonal demands and increase our efficiencies. "
"The staff at Incom have all been professional and supportive during the transition and made the switchover as seamless as possible from a user perspective."