HyperActive Technologies announces that in the second quarter 2013, the company achieved a 97 percent increase over the previous year and a 51 percent increase over first quarter 2013.


“I am very pleased with the performance of our efficient and focused team,” says Joe Porfeli, CEO, HyperActive Technologies. “We expect our growing reputation for high quality, innovative solutions will bring additional confidence to the brands and franchisees we serve in helping them achieve greater profitability in their drive-thru operations.”


The company’s growth was led by the continued strong performance of its drive-thru products, primarily boosted by the industry-leading HyperView order confirmation display (OCD). The company also experienced strong interest in its DriveTime Cloud drive-thru management system and its class-leading QTimer. The company’s new HyperView PE, which is powered by a single CAT5e cable and saves operators money by reducing or eliminating electrical installation costs, also helped lead the company’s growth in the second quarter.


In May 2013, HyperView PE received certification from Retlif Testing Laboratories for operation in extreme temperature ranges and harsh climates. Retlif is one of the world’s leading independent testing laboratories and is fully accredited to ISO-STD-17025. The firm maintains such listings as, “FCC recognized,” “VCCI listed,” and “EU CAB designated,” all to insure global acceptance of test data.


According to Retlif (Report Number R-14693), HyperView PE successfully complied with all specifications when subjected to extreme temperature testing, including:


  • Operating flawlessly from a -40F cold start (power “off”)

  • All systems continued to be stable and operational over the temperature range of -40ºF to +185ºF after application of power

  • Clear and undistorted display for all test images over the entire temperature range of -40 ºF to +185 ºF


HyperView or HyperView PE have approved vendor status with more than 40 brands, including Taco Bell, Jack-in-the-Box, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, Subway, Dairy Queen, and Arby’s, among others.


According to Mr. Porfeli, more brands are looking to HyperActive Technologies because they are becoming increasingly frustrated with older, competitive drive-thru products that are prone to failure or are not performing at higher levels demanded by increased usage.


“The technology team here is committed to staying ahead of the quick-service industry’s needs, including providing the lowest failure rate among restaurant technology providers, as well as the lowest cost of ownership for our brand partners,” Porfeli says. “We expect additional products that we have in our technology pipeline to emerge throughout the remainder of 2013 and into 2014, which will continue to help operators drive profitability.”


HyperActive Technologies provides the industry’s leading five-year extended warranty with advanced exchange. If repairs are necessary, replacement products are available within a few days of any identified issues instead of the traditional, multi-week time it takes other companies to repair products. Consistent and comprehensive product advancements are provided as part of an annual support and maintenance program, and leasing and special financing options are available for all of the company’s products.

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