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Vending machine companies use data and touch screens to upgrade industry
By Stacy Jones/The Star-Ledger Email the author | Follow on Twitter on September 30, 2012 at 6:45 AM
Check your office vending machine tomorrow morning. If there’s a small, black antenna on top of it, your company’s snacking habits have probably been generating data that helps business owners like Tom DiNardo decide how and when to stock your favorite candy, chips and drinks.
New Jersey Vendor Embraces Technology
By Alfonso Flores | Vending MarketWatch.com on May 6, 2013
Co-owners Jack Yuppa and Tom DiNardo use some of the latest hardware and software the vending industry has to offer to run their business. This belief in innovation in business is especially interesting considering that DiNardo has avoided using a personal computer for as long as anyone can remember. “I, Tom DiNardo don’t turn on a computer,” he said, “but I can’t let that stop me from running my business.” This commitment to technology is shared by others at CVV.
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