Yup, your doctor probably uses a pager daily. Texting just turned 20, and this method of communication, along with secure chat clients, is growing rapidly. Articles from 2006 point to the decline of pagers, yet they are still here! Why are pagers still being used? How can we move away from the pager, that is very limited in its usefulness like a message waiting light on a desk phone to a platform that does not limit the usefulness of notifying and moving people to act upon an alert? Take a look at this recent article from The UCbuyer on how to replace your pagers and add performance to your employee's and ultimately to communicate smarter to your customers.