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Beat the Competition with Technology & Micro Markets

Are you facing fierce competition in your area? Technology will help you win the battle. Chris Cosentino of Take a Break Vending has serviced the Bakersfield, CA area for almost 20 years. Through a combination of excellent service, Parlevel's technology, and embracing micro markets, he...

Quickbooks Vending
Press Release: Parlevel Announces Quickbooks Integration to Optimize Bookkeeping

San Antonio, TX, January 24, 2018 Parlevel Systems, the technology provider for the most productive network of vending, coffee, and micro market operators in the world, announced an integration with Quickbooks accounting and bookkeeping software. Financial information collected by Parlevel’s Vending Management System (VMS) will...

Micro Market Kiosk Tools
3 Tools that Will Maximize Sales with Your Micro Market Kiosk

Micro markets are becoming a bigger part of the vending industry. As we examined in our micro market infographic, micro markets reached over 10% of all vending sales revenue in 2015. The shifting American diet toward healthier snacks, corporate insistence on employee-wellness programs, and the...

Louisiana Tom's Micro Market
Press Release – Parlevel Deploys Total Micro Market Solution in the Southeast

San Antonio, TX, August 9, 2016 – Parlevel Systems, the top-to-bottom provider of innovative vending technology tools for vending, micro market, and coffee, water, & other delivery operators around the world, announced an agreement with Louisiana Tom’s of Monroe, Louisiana to deploy Parlevel’s micro market...

Parlevel VMS
Keeping the Competitive Edge in the Vending Machine Industry

Competition in the Vending Machine Industry -- Healthy or Unhealthy? I want to call attention to a blog I recently read on www.vendingmarketwatch.com. In the blog post, written by Alfonso Flores, he argues that vendors, for the most part, like each other enough not to cut...