Danavation - President and CEO, John Ricci (eighth from left).
President and CEO, John Ricci (eighth from left).
Source: Danavation.
  • Danavation has secured a multi-store contract to install its Digital Smart Labels in eight franchised Pitou Minou & Compagnons (PMC) locations in Quebec
  • Contract revenue is up to an estimated C$500,000
  • There are nearly 40 PMC stores operating in Quebec, representing potential future growth for Danavation with the brand
  • Danavation Technologies offers micro e-paper displays, known as Digital Smart Labels, and a software platform to automate labelling, price, product and promotions in real time
  • Danavation (CSE:DVN) opened today at $0.14

Smart label company Danavation has announced a multi-store contract with Pitou Minou & Compagnons in Quebec.

PMC is a partner of Global Pet Foods, the largest Canadian-owned pet specialty retailer.

Digital smart label installations will cover eight franchised locations, representing revenue up to C$500,000.

The first installation is expected to be completed by early August, with the remaining seven locations following at a rate of one to two per week.

With approximately 40 PMC stores currently operating in Quebec and more opening each year, the partnership offers potential future growth opportunities for the company.

Danavation’s Digital Smart Labels streamline operations by reducing inaccurate shelf pricing and freeing up staff time for customer service, ultimately leading to improved margins and bottom lines.

Danavation Technologies offers micro e-paper displays, known as Digital Smart Labels, and a software platform to automate labelling, price, product and promotions in real time.

The smart label company (CSE:DVN) opened today at $0.14.

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