Toronto Office Coffee Services and Toronto Vending Machines
Programs and Promotions leveraging partnerships with other
corporate and prestige customers
Consider strongly the pros and cons
versus contracts when choosing a vendor. There are many
factors to consider. Perhaps most important is that you remember to
check your prospective vending company's client's
Some keys to consider when selecting a vending partner:
A proven track record of accountability gives clients peace of mind that the
partner they have chosen to maintain their vending machines will be responsive
to their needs, be fairly priced and offer high quality solutions. Most
importantly, the decision of which vending machine to install, and who should
maintain it should be based not only on what makes sense today, but also what
will make sense tomorrow. In this way, selecting a partner who you can trust
over the long run is very important. Our focus on accountability assures you
that we will be here to help you over the long haul. This accountability
doctrine is placed throughout our offices, forms and walls. It is a reminder
that central to our business is the value of relationship building and TRUST.
What is a good way to gauge the quality of a vending service
We always advise our prospective clients to shop around and find the vending
service provider that best meets the following criteria:
Programs and Promotions leveraging partnerships with other corporate and
prestige customers [link here to clients referrals]. Proof where we exceed
customer expectations [sample of favourite referrals here].
Look for Partnerships, not Contracts.
Consider only companies where you are assured of one convenient point of
contact. This assures you that management of the machine, restocking, loading,
preferences study and other services can be done in the most efficient way
possible without tying up your resources. What you don't need is a new
mini-department you now have to manage!
At GTA (Greater Toronto Area) Vending, our motto is "Simple, Value-Added and
100% Hassle-Free". This is the objective we aim for in every one of our
engagements with our clients.
Make sure that having a vending machine meets your needs at this time. Do you
have 40 people in your office? Would it increase their job satisfaction? If
your answer to these two questions is not a strong yes, consider other
alternatives, such as door to door product delivery services. This is a more
cost effective approach and is quite popular for small businesses. GTA Vending
offers this service for some of its clients and has delivered tremendous
results. (that is a link to another page??)
Make sure that the vendor continually upgrades its skills in sales and service
of the latest equipment from the major manufacturers. Good examples of training
and certification include a certificate in the Quality Coffee Certification
Program from NAMA.. GTA Vending is a strong proponent of such training and has
been doing it for years.
Make sure that the vendor is registered to organizations that share industry
best practices. Doing so guarantees that your partnership is with a company
that is vested in doing things the right way, constantly furthering knowledge
and understanding of how to conduct a better service for you. We at GTA vending
are registered with NAMA (National Automatic Merchandising Association).