What if there were a secure walkie-talkie app that could do more than push-to-talk across any distance?
Now there is. Today, we’re excited to announce the release of Orion Push to Talk.
The Orion Push to Talk app enables a new means of communication on the Orion platform, adding more flexibility and convenience for our business users.
You can now utilize a variety of devices that work best for your team, based on their role and how they work. Choosing voice communication tools based on how employees actually work and communicate means improved communications for your team.
What is the Orion Push to Talk app?
The Orion Push to Talk app is a new way to speak with your team on Orion using iOS devices.
With Orion, you can speak to teammates using the Talk Button, whether staff are using Onyx smart walkie-talkies or only their device. Choose the way that makes the most sense for each person on your team.
Who is the Orion Push to Talk app for?
Using the Orion mobile app makes it easy to communicate instantly with Onyx-using teammates who might be working at other locations, doing hands-on work, driving, or doing other work that requires complete focus.
The Orion app is great for staff members who are:
- Stationed at a desk or
- Working on a tablet or on their mobile phones
What you can do with the Orion mobile app that you can’t do with traditional walkie-talkie solutions:
- Instantly translate one language to another with Orion Translator
- Start automated business processes with your voice
- Search internal and external systems and databases with your voice
- Use voice to control smart gadgets, timesheet programs and other voice assistants via IFTTT
How do I get the Orion app?
If you’re already an Orion customer, and you are using iOS devices, you can use the app today. Visit our support site for more information.
If you’ve never used Orion before and want to try the mobile app, contact our sales team for an Orion Pro trial.
To learn more about how professionals use voice communication tools, download Orion’s Voice in the Workplace report, which summarizes original research studying how 900 people use traditional voice tools and presents data from the Orion service.