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What Are the Benefits of Modern Vending Solutions?

What Are the Benefits of Modern Vending Solutions?

Today’s food and drink vending solutions have evolved right alongside the rest of technology. Gone are the days of frustrating and cumbersome coin-operated devices with stale snacks inside that get stuck. Modern vending machines provide convenient payment options, a wider range of food, and technology that ensures the food you paid for ends up in your hands. Having a modern vending solution keeps staff and students on-site, promotes team productivity, and contributes to overall satisfaction without an overhead cost.

What Are the Advantages of Smart Vending Machines?

A modern vending machine offers several improvements on past versions. One of the greatest technological advances is the variety of payment options. People rarely keep cash on hand these days, meaning older vending mentions are essentially useless. Modern vending machines have payment options that include mobile payment like Apple Pay or Google Pay, along with card payment. Nearly everyone has one of these payment methods, meaning that they’re able to take advantage of the convenience of a vending machine.

Another improvement in vending technology is iVend. If you’ve ever bought food from a vending machine only for it to get stuck, you know how frustrating it is to be without your food and your money. iVend guarantees foods don’t get stuck—otherwise, the buyer is able to make an alternate selection or get an immediate refund. This eliminates the machine eating your money and having to deal with an angry and hungry customer.

What Is the Advantage of Vending Service?

How long does it take each time you have to leave the office or school to go get food? Having a vending machine in your workplace or school means no more off-site trips when employees or students need food. Instead of lost time driving or walking to find sustenance, they simply walk down the hall. When there’s a time crunch, like between classes, this becomes even more beneficial. It also has the added benefit of promoting social interaction as people mingle by the machine during their snack break, creating and growing connections with peers.

Vending services also promote productivity—we work better with fuel in our bodies and without the distraction of hunger. Grabbing a quick snack or treat from a vending machine can help improve mood and motivation, especially during an afternoon slump. Staff are more satisfied with the easy ability to satisfy their hunger, and they appreciate the convenience of a nice machine with fresh foods they enjoy.

Vending services have evolved as well—companies like S Vending Solutions focus on white-glove service that provides not only the machine but the maintenance, stocking, and support to make it convenient for you. As the machine is provided with no overhead cost, there’s no need to worry about coming up with the money to invest. We work with you to determine what best meets your needs, get the vending machine set up, and keep it running smoothly. Want to change the inventory? A simple phone call is all it takes—any of our employees can authorize the change without red tape or waiting for someone to grant approval. Whether you have 25 employees or 1,000, SVS treats every customer as a priority.

The benefits of vending machines are numerous, but when combined with a vending service, you gain convenient and easy options for your employees and students to stay fueled without the work of maintaining or stocking. We’ve helped businesses and schools throughout the Nashville area take advantage of having a vending solution without the added responsibility of operating or maintaining the machine. Don’t wait longer to modernize your break room—email us at or contact us through our easy website form for a free consultation so your team can break happy!

Steve Caldwell
Steve Caldwell

Steve Caldwell is the owner and CEO of S Vending Solutions. As a former vending equipment salesman and later the National Sales Manager for PBS Vending Services from 2001-2008, Steve learned the industry inside and out. In 2018, Steve started his own vending company and quickly established routes in Nashville, Knoxville, and West Tennessee, expanding from there. As his personal routes grew he decided to sell his company and help new and existing vending operators market their businesses. Steve currently sells both new and used vending equipment and specializes in helping new operators start and grow their vending companies. He has become a certified Service Entity for the USI/Wittern brand of equipment.

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