The AWC Employees joined other companies and groups on November 5th to package meals for Nicaragua with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC).
AWC employee Zach Lamb is partaking in Extra Life, a 24 hour gaming event, to raise money for Gillette Children's Hospital.
National Assisted Living Week (NALW) is taking place from September 8-14, 2019! We are excited to recognize our partners in the assisted living community for their care and support of seniors and individuals with disabilities.
How to Support Hearing Impaired Employees During Emergency Situations.
The AWR Advantage Two-Way Radio features wireless cloning that allows you to easily copy radio settings from one radio (the master) to all other radios within range without the use of wires or cables.
Nurse call systems are vital to making sure residents receive the care they need, when they need it. Every second matters and could mean the difference between life and death. So when a nurse call system fails, residents are at risk.
Are you concerned about the continuous raising rates of your two-way radios and the repairs that are constantly needed? A major office supply retailer did and they were pleased to learn that Advanced Wireless Communications offers nation wide customer service and that the AWR Advantage two-way radio was engineered from the ground up to eliminate common break and fail points.
With school out, the summer months can be very difficult for families that access food shelf resources because of extra meals and time at home. During the month of July, AWC ran a change drive to raise funds for this cause.
Did you know that the AWR Advantage was engineered from the ground up to eliminate common break and fail points? How about that it has a flashlight?! Read more to find out 7 things you didn't know about the AWR Advantage.
Customers need assistance from an associate when dealing with overstock and hard-to-handle products. When an associate can't be found it can affect customer conversion and can create a potential liability for the retailer when shoppers attempted to reach and handle these goods themselves.