Battery Chargers Keep Your Employees Empowered
Without their smartphones and chargers, your on-the-go employees are paralyzed and unable to accomplish their daily work, so provide battery chargers to keep the juices flowing. Wall and desktop chargers let you traditionally charge backup batteries and devices, while portable chargers plug in to turn a car into an on-the-road office. Don't forget to get all the cables you need for ultimate connectivity.
Ensure all your employees have wall chargers so they can keep tablets and smartphones fully charged and ready to go. Wall chargers with fold-out plugs are easy to pack when traveling, and desktop battery chargers let your staff have a backup battery charging at all times. Consider supplying all your on-the-road reps with extra battery life by keeping a multi charger going at all times to power up to nine batteries at once. If your employees use a variety of devices from different manufacturers, consider a desktop battery charger with a rotating battery slot that lets you charge batteries of different sizes in one place. High-value chargers let you power up high-drain devices overnight so your employees are ready to hit the ground running when they arrive at work in the morning.
Your sales reps spend half their time in their cars, and they need reliable connectivity at every moment of the workday. Help them stay charged up by providing car chargers that work with USB-equipped devices. Double charging ports allow your employees to power a phone and tablet at the same time, turning a parked car into an instant office. LED lights that glow softly in the dark let the charging cable stand out without causing a distraction while driving. In the event of a power outage or a long plane ride on an airplane that's not equipped with power plugs at every seat, your reps are likely to be grateful that you planned ahead by supplying them with emergency chargers that function as external batteries to their drained phones and tablets. Travel chargers and adapters protect your devices in case of a power surge, and you can keep texting or talking away even while the battery charges. Hand a backup charger that comes with a built-in USB cable to your reps who are prone to lose gadgets on the road (you know who they are!).
As anyone who's recently upgraded a phone or tablet knows, having a charger doesn't do you any good unless you also have the right cables to connect it to your device. Keep plenty of charging cables on hand, including micro-USB-to-USB cables and Apple Lightning-to-USB connectors. Consider choosing different colors of cables for different departments so there's never any question as to whose cable it is if someone surreptitiously borrows one. The employees in your department who are constantly on the road are likely to appreciate a charger that clips right onto a key chain and never requires a cable.