Saeco Magic is the brand-new office coffee machine that’s ready for anything…
To go into the office, or not to go into the office that is the question. The goalposts keep moving! The pandemic finally abates and we’re back to work and then the next thing you know, fuel prices go through the roof and working from home is back on the agenda…
Who knows what will happen this winter? Will people stay at home because the commute costs too much; or will they rush to work, because that beats the bills for keeping the central heating on all day?
As an operator, you have to be ready for any eventuality and this new machine – Magic, from Saeco – gives you the flexibility you need. Thanks to its sleek design and high-quality finish, Magic delivers a premium consumer experience. Operators will appreciate the familiarity of the machine’s internal layout, due to parallels with Necta’s Kalea Plus software. What’s more, the 7” HD touchscreen interface provides access to extensive configuration options such as customise the recipe, temperature and beverage strength.
Saeco Magic is the informed choice for those looking to satisfy the needs of customers whose offices, due to more flexible working patterns, are rarely bustling as they were before lockdown… This means lower coffee consumption in the workplace, but it doesn’t have to mean a reduction in the quality of the drinks, or in the extent of the choices you can offer. It’s all about flexibility.
During the weeks of enforced home working back in 2020, people’s coffee drinking habits began to change. Many became accustomed to drinking premium coffee on a daily basis and Saeco Magic respects this elevation of consumer expectations. Thanks to its bean-to-cup, fresh milk, premium coffee taste and appearance, it does not disappoint.
There’s no doubt that consumers want ‘their’ machines to look good as well as being functional and Magic delivers with its touchscreen and its customisable graphics.
The designers at Saeco were committed to minimising the effects of Magic on the environment. Polystyrene has been omitted from the packaging of Royal and Magic, reducing the Group’s consumption of this material by about 28 tonnes per year. Additionally, the traditional 200-page printed manual has been superseded by a multilingual, 22-page Quick Start guide, with the back-up info you require available online. This decision alone means that the paper consumption associated with the new model has been reduced by a massive 88%.
In an uncertain future, you can source everything you need to give your customers the very best in vending and coffee services from one company: Evoca UK.
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