How many times have you gone into the work breakroom or cafeteria of a school for a vending machine snack and are met with an uncooperative machine that steals money rather than the delivering on the promise of a needed snack?
That scenario may be a bit more dramatic than the real occurrence, but you get the gist of the frustration.
Plain and simple, a vending machine is paid for by a corporation so that customers, employees and the public are provided with an affordable snack or beverage whenever they need one.
When a vending machine fails to work properly, whether it is with items that get stuck or money is taken but not processed for a purchased, this becomes a real problem and results in a downturn in vending machine revenue.
Vending machines can’t be fixed by those not experienced in the technical and mechanical functioning of a vending machine. Depending on the vending machine manufacturer, it could take days or weeks for a technician to come and service the machine.
It is unrealistic to expect your vending machine to work all the time without minor complications. Even the machines built with the greatest technology can malfunction in the slightest.
However, there is a great distinction between machines that break all the time and those that have problems on rare occasions.
That’s the difference between a good machine and a not so good one, how often they become problematic and the severity of the problem.
With Orsino Vending’s machines, you can expect our vending machines to be equipped with the best technology possible and to also receive professional technical support when you need it.
For service questions or to learn more about our vending machines, you can contact one of our service representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org or (201) 871-9286.