TORONTO — Danavation Technologies Corp., a Canadian-based Internet of Things (IoT) technology company and provider of micro e-paper displays, announces the deployment of its Digital Smart Labels(TM) at Bombay Spice’s Hamilton store in Toronto, Ontario, which is to be followed by a full roll-out strategy to all of the retailer’s stores across Canada.
Building on this launch, Danavation and Bombay Spices, supported by their IT security firm, Swank Technologies, intend to commence the immediate roll-out of the Company’s smart label technology within all 17 of Bombay Spices’ locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, which is expected to be complete by early 2022. Bombay Spices is a specialty East Indian grocery chain offering more than 7,000 products and 200 brands procured from India and North America. By implementing Danavation’s Digital Smart Labels(TM) across all stores, Bombay Spices gains the ability to update product and pricing at the shelf without the usual labour-intensive process, saving time and money.
“We are thrilled to announce that another multi-location retailer has selected Danavation as the solution of choice to automate in-store labelling, pricing, product info and promotions in real-time,” said John Ricci, CEO of Danavation. “Bombay Spices is a long-standing, quality grocer, whose locations across Canada will help us reach a broader segment of the market, while we provide each store with a cost effective and labour-conscious IoT solution.”
Danavation’s business model is targeting growth from the provision of proprietary and transformative micro e-paper displays, or Digital Smart Labels(TM).