Danavation Technologies expands its Ontario presence with more Smart Labels™
Palma Pasta will be using the Danavation product to try and benefit from a deployment of Digital Smart Labels™ as a way to free up staff time from cumbersome manual price changes.
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TORONTO — Danavation Technologies Corp., a Canadian-based Internet of Things (IoT) technology company and provider of micro e-paper displays, announces the installation of their Digital Smart Labels™ into a Palma Pasta location in Mississauga, which they anticipate will be followed by a full roll-out to an additional three locations throughout the Greater Toronto Area if it’s successful. Installation is expected to begin by the end of May 2022 with plans for the location to be fully operational by mid-June.
Palma Pasta’s four locations offer a wide range of Italian food products including homemade pastas and sauces. Palma Pasta will be using the Danavation product to try and benefit from a deployment of Digital Smart Labels™ as a way to free up staff time from cumbersome manual price changes, and allow staff to spend more personalized time with customers.
“We are thrilled to continue building our presence in the GTA with this installation for the team at Palma Pasta, who are implementing our clean and modern Digital Smart Labels™ and unique PaaS solution at their first of potentially four locations,” said John Ricci, CEO of Danavation. “Palma Pasta is a strong Canadian banner, and Danavation is thrilled to be working with this new business partner and building a great relationship that benefits Palma Pasta, its customers and the Danavation team.”