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PayLab releases 3G remote monitoring device


November 10, 2014
By Canadian Vending

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Nov. 13, 2014, Calgary – PayLab Networks has launched a remote machine
monitoring device aimed at helping vending operators upgrade at a low cost.

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Nov. 13, 2014 – PayLab Networks has launched a remote machine
monitoring device aimed at helping vending operators upgrade at a low cost.

DexLink is a lightweight low-cost 3G connected device that can
be installed in virtually any modern vending machine in less than 10 minutes.

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The device features a 3G cellular modem, full Dex compatibility,
power over MDB and an expansion port that can be utilized to integrate additional
peripherals.

PayLab intends to make the hardware available to vending
operators for less than $100 and offer 3G connectivity from $3 to $5 per month.

DexLink is ideally suited for operators looking for a low
cost option to add real-time Dex data to their existing VMS package, routing
software or accounting system via existing VDI standards, said PayLab CTO
Sebastien Taylor in a press release.

“PayLab will be building out a cloud based reporting package
in 2015, but DexLink’s greatest assets are its low cost, ease of use and
ability to easily integrate with a variety of third-party software providers,” said
Taylor.

“We remain committed to offering the industry’s most
innovative solutions at the point-of-sale and beyond,” said PayLab CEO Mike
Gron. 

“To that end, we will be launching our full point-of-sale
package shortly, but we also wanted to give operators an opportunity to leverage
the extensive R&D work we’ve done to bring their operation online at a
manageable cost, or to begin upgrading their existing deployments to 3G and all the
potential benefits that come with it.”