Performance Networks launch WiFi health check campaign

Performance Networks launch WiFi health check campaign

Nottingham based WiFi specialists Performance Networks have started a campaign working with logistics and warehousing companies to help identify and tackle poor WiFi issues which may be hindering productivity. 

The campaign has been launched in the run up to the festive period to help bolster productivity ahead of peak season.

Performance Networks have recently worked with several logistics companies who expressed grave concerns about the quality of their WiFi networks, and felt that poor performance issues were having a detrimental impact on the productivity of their business. 

The most common symptoms of poor WiFi can include dead spots along with dropouts from handhelds and devices, both of which can be critical issues, resulting in a severe drop in productivity, and in worse cases, ceasing the output of a business completely.

David Ballard, Technical Director at Performance Networks, said: 

“A WiFi health check is a wise decision for any business, but vital for the logistics sector due to the high dependency of a stable and consistently reliable connection.  When The Hazchem Network approached us during their move to their new 200,000 square feet hub in Hinckley over the Christmas period of 2018, they needed a new WiFi solution installing to support their busy operation – and fast.  Like many businesses, a reliable, robust system was absolutely critical, due to the online barcoded freight scanning system. Hazchem could not experience any downtime which would potentially result in a dip in productivity and problems with deliveries and collections over this busy period.  We started with a WiFi health check and advised from there in terms of how soon we could implement a solution”.

Performance Networks were recently awarded the Outstanding Growth accolade for Nottinghamshire at the Chamber of Commerce Business Awards and have experienced successful growth, particularly in the logistics sector, having worked with Derbyshire-based Chamber members John Smedley, and organisations including The Hut Group (THG), Bearmach and DHL.

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