Mobile recycling could help businesses get latest technology
21 April 2010 — 11:46 AM
Smartphones provided by Orange are helping one company with the £1.1 billion project of improving the M25 motorway.
Orange has provided smartphones to quality inspectors at Skanska Balfour Beatty while they oversee the scheme to make improvements to the stretch of motorway.
According to the network operator, the smartphones are allowing employees to overcome real-time management quality issues that can arise from the field.
Businesses which want to improve their real-time management may consider mobile recycling as one way to obtain some money to put towards new handsets for employees.
Recycling mobile phones could also help improve the green credentials of a firm.
"The construction industry is a key market for Orange. Both Skanska and Balfour Beatty are longstanding Orange mobile customers," explained director or corporate sales at Orange Russell Davis.
Orange recently reported smartphones can help entrepreneurs enjoy a more flexible working day. A poll showed 85 per cent of people thought communications technology has made running a business from home easier.
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