Danavation Technologies announces LOI for Digital Smart Labels™ installation
The installation of Danavation's Digital Smart Labels(TM) at the Canadian Gas and Empire Corner and LCBO outlet in York, Ontario is anticipated to begin in the fall 2021.
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TORONTO — Danavation Technologies Corp., a Canadian-based Internet of Things (IoT) technology company and manufacturer of micro e-paper displays, announces that they have executed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the installation of their Digital Smart Labels(TM) in the Canadian Gas and Empire Corner location along the Haldimand Hwy 56 in York, Ontario, which includes an Esso gas station with a convenience store and an LCBO outlet. Including this installation, Danavation will have eight distinct full store installations and 13 pilot locations currently in place across numerous different customers in North America.
The LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) is an Ontario government enterprise and one of the world’s largest buyers and retailers of beverage alcohol. LCBO locations are found throughout Ontario selling wine, beer and spirits with over 28,000 products in more than 660 retail stores, almost 400 LCBO Convenience Outlets, and approximately 450 grocery stores where LCBO acts as a wholesaler.
“Danavation is thrilled to be working with the Esso-branded Canadian Gas and Empire Corner along with their LCBO attachment to streamline operations, automate processes and eliminate the need for paper labels,” said Danavation’s CEO, John Ricci. “Our Digital Smart LabelsTM offer a cost-effective solution to quickly, easily and accurately update price and point-of-sale information while alleviating the burden of manual processes.”
The installation of Danavation’s Digital Smart Labels(TM) at the Canadian Gas and Empire Corner and LCBO outlet in York, Ontario is anticipated to begin in the fall 2021.