Press Release Summary:
EndCap Automated Retailing System (ECARS) allows self-service purchases of high-end retail products — tablets, video games, and more — typically kept behind locked glass panels. Consumers can explore item features via touchscreen and purchase products without employee assistance. Also, touchscreen can deliver customized advertising messages based on customer's item selections. Solution prevents theft and eliminates need to have employees on standby to assist customers with merchandise.
Original Press Release:
AVT Unveils New EndCap Automated Retailing System at CES
Breakthrough system features new technologies and innovative design, developed for self-service purchases of high-end electronics.
LOS ANGELES -- AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (www.autoretail.com), a manufacturer of Automated Retailing Systems and Smart Technology Vending Machines, will be revealing their all new EndCap Automated Retailing System (ECARS) at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
AVT's new system features a groundbreaking design that allows for self-service purchases of high-end and valuable retail products, such as tablets, video games, and other electronics that are typically kept behind locked glass panels.
AVT's EndCap Automated Retailing System allows consumers to explore product features via a smart-panel touchscreen, and then purchase products without the need for employee assistance.
The new unit is being marketed to tablet and other high-end electronic device manufacturers as the ideal retailing solution for chain and big-box stores such as Walmart, Target, and BestBuy.
"These systems feature the best in automated retailing technology, and have such an innovative and appealing design that they attract many more customers than having a product sit idly behind a locked cabinet," said Shannon Illingworth, Founder and Chairman of AVT, Inc. "We have not only solved the problems with theft and eliminated the burden of having an employee on standby to assist customers with merchandise, but we have also created an intriguing, entertaining and informative display center that generates interest and stimulates sales," he added. "It's a win for everyone."
AVT's new EndCap Automated Retailing System features the company's newly granted Multimedia Patent for Vending Systems, which allows users to view product information and select merchandise via an interactive touchscreen. The new patent also covers the delivering of customized advertising messages through the touchscreen, based upon the customer's item selections.
AVT's partner, Opticwash, is also exhibiting at CES. Opticwash developed the world's first self-service kiosk that cleans and sanitizes eyewear and jewelry. The system has gained acclaim in high-profile locations throughout the nation, including at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, and in Oakley stores.
Opticwash will be at CES in booth 75047. The EndCap Automated Retailing System will be shown by appointment only to qualified retailers and journalists.
For more information on AVT, or to inquire about seeing the EndCap Automated Retailing System, please call (877) 424-3663.
The Innovation Agency