AVT Introduces New Endcap Retailer System
System allows consumers to purchase items that are commonly in locked cases, and will improve ease of transaction and enhance customer satisfaction.
Jun 30, 2015, 09:15 ET
LOS ANGELES, June 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (www.autoretail.com), a leading manufacturer of automated retailing systems, announced today the introduction of their new Endcap Retailer System. The innovative unit has been designed to be used in retail locations to securely hold, display, and sell merchandise that is of high value or controlled.
The AVT Endcap Retailer has been designed for the specific needs of large retail stores. AVT worked closely with some of the largest retailers and brand managers in the nation, and solicited input in order to develop a system that met their unique merchandising requirements. Everything from the dimensions of the system, to the size of items it can hold and dispense, were all carefully considered to meet and exceed retailer's exacting specifications.
Through this automated, self-service platform, customers can learn about items from a built-in interactive display, and purchase products without the need for employee assistance, thereby improving productivity, lowering shrinkage, and increasing customer satisfaction.
Merchandise as diverse as video games, razors, baby food, consumer electronics, and controlled OTC medicines can all be dispensed in a safe and secure automated platform.
"Keeping items locked up behind glass is primitive and unnecessary," said Wayne Salvino, President of AVT, Inc. "Everywhere we look in society, consumers are demanding better access, more control, and added convenience. The AVT Endcap Retailer System meets these goals and more."
For information on AVT or to discover if the AVT Endcap Retailer System is right for your retail location or chain, call (877) 424-3663, or visit: www.autoretail.com.
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