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Alert Management systems smartphone payment system

New Smartphone Payment Capability, Hot/Cold Buffet Line, 'Truffaut' Chair

New products for special events include Alert Management Systems smartphone payment capability, American Metalcraft's hot/cold Vidacasa buffet line, and Blueprint Studios' Truffaut chair

Alert Management Systems Adds Smartphone Payment Capability

A new component of the Sign & Rent paperless contract management system, offered by Alert Management Systems and Volatile Studios, allows clients to make credit card payments directly from their smartphone or tablet. The seamless process is quick and easy for an end-user, the developers say, and results in a secure MOTO (Mail Order-Telephone Order) payment in real time. Because the payment goes through Alert’s secure credit card software, no additional fees apply.
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buffet ware

Hot/Cold Vidacasa Buffet Line New from American Metalcraft

The new line of Vidacasa from American Metalcraft is the first temperature-controlled buffetware that works independently of electricity, gels, fire or ice, the company says. Thanks to the units' hot and cold cells, food can be maintained at ideal temperatures for from 50 minutes up to eight hours, depending upon cell choice. The iThermo hot cell can be recharged up to 500 times and cold cells can be re-chilled up to 1,000 times.
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Truffaut chair

Blueprint Studios Debuts 'Truffaut' Chair

The new Truffaut chair from Blueprint Studios features a rose gold finish and double-oval back; it stands 40 inches high by 20 inches wide and 19.5 inches deep. The new Figaro chair features a single oval back.
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