CORONA, Calif., Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (www.autoretail.com), a leading manufacturer of automated retailing centers and custom vending machines, announced that company CEO, Wayne Salvino, was interviewed on Uptick Newswire.
Salvino said this upcoming year will be a game changer for tech-based companies like AVT, due to the new FDA requirements that mandates operators of vending machines to update or replace their systems.
"This new regulatory environment provides a dynamic opportunity for AVT," Salvino stated. "We have a focus on delivering new systems that are FDA compliant, and we have already started receiving orders, and believe we will receive many more moving forward."
Salvino also discussed AVT's new MultiShopper - a highly engaging system that can offer a wide combination of products, including hard goods and refrigerated items, all from a single pay station.
The company CEO commented on their new automated solutions that combine the best of traditional brick and mortar retailing with the Internet. AVT's new SmartTech systems can suggest complimentary items that are in harmony with the consumer's selected items. Additionally, if the customer wants a different size or color or configuration of a product, the SmartTech wireless interface can instantly find the product and have it shipped to the consumer's home.
The company CEO also answered questions about the company's outlook for 2016.
"We are looking for growth in 2016. We've right-sized the company, we're partnering with the right people, and we are expecting growth because we have a focus and a strategy now to take advantage of all the hard work and the investment AVT has made in software and technology," Salvino said. "We've made that investment, now it's time to reap the rewards."
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