When it comes to coffee taste, everyone has their own preferences. Some can't drink it without cream and sugar, others need their drink to be tar-black. Some like light roast, others prefer dark roast. Let's take a look at how coffee business operators can make use of telemetry to craft delicious coffee that customers will love.
Our Report Generator is technically not a new tool but it was redesigned recently to help Vendon customers master the ropes quickly and see the benefits of this report immediately. If you're still unsure how to start, here's a little nudge.
Every vending and coffee operator loves and depends on peak hours. People are standing in line for coffee, snacks are rolling off the shelves, all the machines are put to constant use—it's the most profitable time of the day.
Great coffee at the office is no longer considered a perk but a basic necessity. Ideally, it can even lure remote employees into the office from time to time just for a foamy latte or a rejuvenating shot of espresso. This means that OCS operators have their work cut out for them.
I’m proud to say that while 2021 might have slowed the world down, it certainly didn’t stop us. 2021 turned out to be another successful year for Vendon with new and exciting product releases and improvements.
One of the greatest advantages of a connected machine is knowing its status at all times. However, as your fleet grows, keeping up with the abundance of information may become overwhelming. Yet, there is no need for despair. Vendon IoT and telemetry platform offers the best of both worlds.
The easiest way to refill a vending or coffee machine is to stuff it to the brim with products at each visit and leave. Yet, this approach is risky as all products do not sell equally well in all locations – the result might be expired and unsold stock, and revenue loss.
Vendon LLC and Investment and Development Agency of Latvia on February 7th, 2017 signed agreement No SKV-L-2017/63,
which incorporates the project “Promotion of International competitiveness” that is co-financed by European Regional Development Fund.
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