CLEVELAND, Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With several thousand installations, the MIND™ (Make Informed Nutritional Decisions) touch screen from Vendors Exchange International has provided nutrition information on vending machine products in hospitals, universities, and other health conscious locations BEFORE a selection has been made by the consumer.
VE has now introduced an improved version of the Display Builder software (Version 2.0) that makes the MIND touch screen even easier to program and design for a fun and engaging interactive experience. The software works with the website nutritionaldatabase.org where screen shots for vending products are stored on a secure database. In addition, the software for the MIND touch screen can now show more than just nutrition information. Vending operators can use it to improve the interactive experience with slide shows, advertising, promotions and public service announcements like tips for healthy eating. The flexibility of the MIND touch screen has improved to benefit the operator and the consumer.
The MIND touch screen has successfully provided nutrition information and interactive experiences on all types of vending machines and kiosks. Featured in magazines, cable news outlets like CNN and on-line information sources like the Huffington Post, the MIND touch screen has been described as not only providing information but also "the coolest thing about this [vending] machine." Easy to install (either 5.7" or 7" screens available) and now to program, the MIND touch screen is a previous winner of the NAMA 2010 Innovation Award. To find out more about the MIND touch screen, check the Vendors Exchange website (http://www.veii.com/new_technology/mind_nutrition_touch_screen), see our promotional video (http://youtu.be/CqiEeA4NYVE) or call Ryan Garson at 800.321.2311 extension 105.
Vendors Exchange International, Inc. has been serving the vending industry since 1960. The company provides quality new, reconditioned, and as-is can soda, snack, food and coffee machines; VE branded and OEM replacement parts; and electronics repair service, offering pick-up and delivery within a limited service area. For additional information, contact Rick Solomon by phone 216.432.1800, fax 216.432.2786, or e-mail Rick.firstname.lastname@example.org. Details may also be obtained through the web at www.veii.com.
 Kimberly Procaccino, clinical nutrition director at Lehigh Valley Health Network, uppermacungie.patch.com, July 14, 2011
SOURCE Vendors Exchange International, Inc.