Coinstar’s coffee kiosks have a name — Rubi
From Self-Service World, It’s official: Coinstar coffee kiosks are coming to market. It’s not exactly news, considering the company previously discussed the business venture with us and a few other publications, but its partnership with Seattle’s Best Coffee is now official and comes with a name — Rubi — that Coinstar hopes will soon be as familiar as its No. 1 business, Redbox. Rubi coffee kiosks are already deployed in about 50 grocery, drug and mass merchant retail locations; that number will hit about 500 before the year ends, with thousands planned for the future,
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StrandVision Surpasses Five Billion Digital Signage Content Pages
StrandVision Digital Signage announced that it has served more than 5,000,000,000 pages of digital signage content to its customers. The milestone, which was reached on July 5 at 8:33:42 a.m. central time, is the result of an ever-increasing customer base, multiple digital signage feeds across customer sites around the world and an accelerating number of pages and information that its customers are streaming to their respective customers, visitors and employees over their digital signage networks. The signage messages are being displayed via physical digital signage players and displays, employee browser home pages and virtual screens on internal and external Web sites. Come on over to www.StrandVision.com or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN), we’d be happy to talk about how you can use digital signs in your house of worship.