CompuVend Systems Inc.

Metairie, LA 70002


About CompuVend Systems Inc.


3322 Hessmer Avenue
Suite 201
Metairie, LA 70002
United States

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Vending, Office Coffee & Direct Sales, and Commissary Management software programs with coin-counter & service call interfaces.  Automate route servicing with DEX communications using hand held DEX Master computers & automate warehouse/product management with hand held computer using built in bar code laser scanner.  Robust reporting can be viewed anytime on screen, including forecasting for those who pre-pack.  With our modular approach, vending management systems can be designed for all size vending companies.  Contact us to schedule a live demonstration over the Internet.

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A dynamic due: Elliot Teitelbaum, seated, and John Boyle have proven a formidable team.

Mid-size Philly Operator Cracks the Big League

July 22, 2014
A measure of that treasured past is returning to Philadelphia, Pa., where Elliot’s Vending Co. Inc., an 8-route operation, has managed to win some of the biggest accounts, due...
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Vending technology can work together

Oct. 7, 2013
While vending industry technology choices can be overwhelming, the interoperability between systems has never been better.
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CompuVend Releases Newest PreKitPro Prekitting Module

Aug. 13, 2013
CompuVend announced the latest release of PreKitPro, its prekitting module designed to allow operators to prekit either from the warehouse or provide route drivers with the information...
Side-entry vehicles allow drivers to reach prekitting totes and products from the ground, reducing workman’s compensation claims.

How to start prekitting

July 26, 2013
One of the fastest growing trends in servicing vending machines has the capacity to increase revenue 20 percent per route.
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CompuVend Adds Jacques Bonnette To Support Staff, Increases Department Size

July 23, 2013
CompuVend Systems welcomes Jacques Bonnette to its support and training staff. Bonnette has worked for many years providing support and training for computer users. Most recently...
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CompuVend Promotes Severin Beale

July 18, 2013
Mark Kronenberg, president of CompuVend Systems, recently announced the promotion of Severin Beale to Support/IT Director. Beale has been with CompuVend Systems for 7 years as...
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'Open' Technology Standards Arrive

Sept. 1, 2009
A NAMA technology task force releases standards to allow operators to use different providers’ products in unified applications.


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Pre-Kitting Increases Route Productivity

Sept. 1, 2009
As the recession pushes operators to improve efficiencies, many are finding that new technology enhances the benefits of pre-kitting routes.
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New technology: will it catch the "R" factor?

April 2, 2007
Remote data transfer and other new technologies provide better ways to verify sales. Misreporting sales to customers is a longstanding and largely secretive practice.
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Piedmont Vending Tries New Ideas

March 8, 2006
Aaron Speagle, the third-generation leader of a North Carolina operation, sees technology as a big key to the industry's future in a rapidly changing business environment.