Vending machines go healthy and high tech

Wednesday, 11 January, 2017

US vending specialist Gilly Vending has partnered with Atlanta-based Georgia State University to provide state-of-the-art snack and beverage vending machines for more than 50,000 students and faculty.

Designed with consumer-engaging technologies such as real-time sales, loyalty reward programs, cashless payment solutions and 3D interactive touch screens, and including organic and all natural product lines, Gilly’s cloud-based systems offer the opportunity to network all machines on campus to maximise efficiencies.

In compliance with US federal guidelines, the energy-efficient machines will generate up to 50% power savings and will feature nutritional ingredient displays.

Gilly provides traditional and healthy vending programs to aviation, hospitals, colleges and universities across the US.

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