Wirelessly Outfitted Employees Become Industry Ambassadors

Dziatkiewicz, Mark
October 2000
Wireless Week;10/16/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 42, p40
Trade Publication
Deals with the use of wireless technologies by employees in the wireless telecommunications industry in 2000. Wireless technologies used by the employees of Ericsson's Berkeley Wireless Center; Measures taken by Audiovox to equip its employees with wireless technologies; Importance of wireless technologies to customer care representatives.


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