Thinking of an inexpensive, low-maintenance benefit to offer your employees? Then, why not try coffee vending machines? What’s more, they can even double up as an instant profit center for your business.
All You Need for Coffee Service
Coffee vending machines can dispense purely coffee, or a wide range of hot beverages, like hot chocolate, cappuccinos, assorted teas, espressos, and even soup and broths. With a single vending machine dispensing up to 1,000 single serve cups per day, you can offer a variety of drinks from top name brands to organic and gourmet blends.
All you need is a water line connection an outlet for electricity and you’ll be ready to offer coffee vending machines to employees. For equipment, you can have a coffee service vendor handle that. The coffee vendor will be the one to supply your office with a variety of hot beverages, brewing equipment, and even the services of technicians who will clean and maintain the equipment.
Why Coffee Vending Machines?
The two-fold benefit of coffee vending machines provides you with an excellent service that your employees will not only enjoy but also help them get motivated to do a better job. According to a 2006 study by the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA), 79% of office employees with access to complimentary coffee and other hot beverages are more productive and feel more appreciated by their employers.
Add to that the fact that you can actually reduce down time and lost labor since instead of keeping long lines at coffee shops, your employees now have their own coffee vending machines right at the pantry or office canteen.
How to Choose a Coffee Vendor
There are many coffee vendors that service large businesses and smaller companies with at least 20 employees. The larger coffee services have a lot more years of experience and can offer you advice on what optional set up you should try for your business.
But for a more personable relationship with your coffee vendor, you may want to try setting up coffee vending machines from smaller “mom and pop” outfits. Their community-based presence could lend your office coffee service a personal touch. Moreover, they could also offer coffee at much lower prices.
But regardless of which coffee vendor you choose to work with in the end, the order of the day is prompt and friendly service with flexible service terms. Since every vendor differs in what they offer, it is important that you speak with several vendors first before deciding on the price, quality, and service that are just right for you.
In addition to overall service, the taste of your coffee is also vital. Quality of the coffee you serve should be your top priority when it comes to office coffee service so it’s best that you sample the various coffee blends before making a decision.
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