Do your devices ensure better daily workflows and efficiency in the healthcare sector?
Digital tools such as tablets and laptops must be easy and effective to use for you and your colleagues at, for example, the hospital, in elderly care or home care. To ensure efficiency, it is important that all devices are safely stored between use and fully charged with power for the entire working day.
We do not just provide practical space-saving storage with fast charging. We provide security for your workplace.
We have more than 20 years of experience in developing, designing and producing charging and storage solutions for various industries. Regardless of the electronic devices you need to charge and store, we can help you in order to ensure an efficient day. The choice of materials for our NoteCart, NoteCase, NoteLocker, and NoteBox are selected for diverse industries through continuous dialogue and collaboration with organisations around the world.
Four things to consider before you choose a storage and charging solution for devices for the healthcare sector.
1 Which devices do I need to store?
We have space-saving solutions for all sizes and types of devices. Is it Chromebooks, iPads, laptops, tablets or phones you need to store securely after work and between use?
2 How many devices do I need to store??
If your healthcare area, for example, has 20 Chromebooks and 20 tablets that colleagues do not take home, you should consider whether they should be stored in the same location or, for instance, both in the office and out in the respective wards?
3 Do your devices need to be charged during storage?
When your devices are locked away between uses, they are charged quickly so they are soon ready to use again. You should also consider whether you want your devices charged via USB-A ports, USB-C ports or power panels.
4 Do your devices need to be transported?
Depending on how your healthcare area’s devices are used, you should consider whether your devices are transported together around the organisation and, for instance, on stairs, or are they always stored in certain wards?
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