Text messaging is becoming more common in the medical field with a growing number of professionals using mobile device to communicate, transmit and share patient data. This can aid in patient diagnosis, as text messaging allows quick communication and interaction between physicians, nurses and home health care providers.
For many Rent-To-Own business owners it’s a fine balance between irritating your customers, and ensuring that they are meeting the obligations of their rental contracts.
Here is a good best practice summary for ensuring that mobile devices used in home health and hospice are secure.
For the growing base of mobile devices users, rent-to-own is an option that provides flexibility to the potential users. For consumers, renting mobile devices can give them access to many brand name phones and tablets at lower monthly prices while requiring less savings.
As mobile devices grow in popularity as must-have tools for business, so does the amount of devices that are lost or stolen each year. A study by Consumer Reports found that 3.1 Americas were victims of smart phone theft in 2013, which was double the number in 2012. This includes a projection of 1.4 million phones that were never recovered.
Your mobile device renters are behind on payments and won’t return your calls. Sound familiar? For many rent-to-own businesses, this is a growing problem. Unfortunately, there are laws in place that dictate how you can communicate with your customers and it doesn’t matter if the account is delinquent. A recent article in RTOHQ – The…
With the purchase price of mobile devices and smartphones exceeding $500 per unit, many buyers are turning to rental options to ease the financial impact. Unfortunately, sometimes buyers miss payments or the device is lost and needs to be located. In fact, a study conducted by the Federal Trade Commission found that nearly half of…