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AVT unveils new automated retailing system
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Nov '13
AVT, Inc, a leader in automated retailing systems, micro-stores and kiosks, announced that they have developed a breakthrough new automated retailing system that provides business owners with a self-service solution that offers the latest technologies at a lower cost.
 
The ARLite system embodies AVT's latest technologies, including their state-of-the-art Android based operating system, and a unique user interface that gives customers an invigorating buying experience.
"We began with the premise that customers want instant gratification," said James Winsor, CEO of AVT. 
 
"They want an interesting product mix, in a convenient time and place," he added. "Our system not only provides amazing new features that attract and delight consumers, but also was designed to sell at a lower price point, so now more businesses and retailers can enter into the profitable world of automated retailing."
 
The new ARLite system can be configured to sell almost any type of product, from electronics like iPads and headphones, to cosmetics, clothing, gadgets and "must-have" gifts and gear.
 
AVT is a leader in the automated retailing industry, with specialty divisions that include Marley Coffee Automated Stores, Utique Self-Service Shopping, Propane Exchange Systems, Medical and Healthcare systems – including highly secure, biometrically controlled access medicine dispensing systems – and a custom division that creates specialty units such as the new electronic-cigarette (Vapor pen) wall-mounted machine.
 
"We continue to innovate and develop systems that not only create new market niches, but they also raise the bar for the entire industry," said Shannon Illingworth, company Founder and Chairman. "These are revenue drivers for our company, with technology that changes the entire retailing experience for customers and businesses alike."
 

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