“Although, not a West End Theatre company, the demands we place on our equipment are no less exacting. This solution is perfect for it’s simplicity in set-up. The super-light headsets are unobtrusive and blend seamlessly into the background and most importantly, the crystal clear and easy communication that let’s us ‘forget about the kit’ and get on with the job in hand.”
No wires, no battery belt packs, no cabling just instant crystal clear communication.
VOCOVO is a team communication solution that, at its heart, enables theatre, stage and event staff to communicate instantly to resolve queries and issue instruction.
Press a button, speak and your whole team can listen, talk and help!
The system adopts efficient, lightweight yet robust headsets and takes team communication to a whole new level of sophistication.
A VOCOVO solution goes beyond headsets with everyone on site connected wirelessly through VOCOVO devices such as Handsets, Ticket desk Keypads and CallPoints, with coverage in every corner of the workplace. VOCOVO device options such as handsets, smartphones and tablets also enable communications to extend cross-enterprise and beyond to offsite warehousing, head office and sites across the globe.
This means fewer devices yet more modes of communication, including real-time event handling, telephony, emails and even geo-fencing alerts.
VOCOVO fully integrates with telephony so that theatre and event staff never miss an incoming call. Telephone calls can be answered using headsets or any VOCOVO device.
Modular and scalable
VOCOVO is a modular and completely scalable solution designed around your individual requirements. Experience shows us that theatre, stage and event management teams of every shape and size can enjoy the quantifiable benefits of VOCOVO.
“We tried Walkie Talkies but the handsets and battery packs were bulky and the cabling obtrusive. Crackly, single channel communication often blocked out essential messaging. An accidentally left open-channel blocked the whole communication system. We tested bluetooth and conventional radio systems, but these all failed to impress.”