Monthly Archives: September 2015

Kiosk NEMA Ratings & Outdoor Kiosks Enclosures – Updated FAQ

Kiosk NEMA Ratings for Outdoor Kiosks NEMA Ratings and What They Mean Here’s our quick, in-a-nutshell rundown of the most commonly called-for NEMA ratings, and what each one means: NEMA 1: Indoor-use enclosures that protect inter… Source: Updated listing and explanation of NEMA ratings for outdoor enclosures. IP Ratings Explained Posted on August 2, 2013 by rob bohn Protect your… Read More »

Kiosk Industry – PayPal Here Card Reader Supports EMV, Apple Pay, Android Pay

With the arrival of Apple Pay and, more recently, Android Pay, consumers are becoming more comfortable with alternative ways of paying that don’t involve credit card swipes. And now, with the U.S.’s transition to EMV – smart cards that store data on chips instead of magnetic stripes, which offers increased security – many business owners will have to upgrade their hardware… Read More »

Casino Kiosk Machine – NRT QuickJack NEO(TM) at 2015 Global Gaming Expo

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — (Marketwired) — 09/25/15 — NRT Technology Corp. (“NRT”) will feature its growing portfolio of payment, cash handling and end-to-end encryption solutions at the upcoming Global Gaming Expo (G2E), September 29- October 1, 2015 (booth # 4267) at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada


Be the first to experience the highly anticipated launch of the QuickJack NEO™ kiosk, the culmination of 15 years of ticket redemption and financial services innovation. Designed and engineered to be the most secure, feature-rich and user-friendly ticket redemption/ATM kiosk in the world, the QuickJack NEO™ is a must-see for casino operators who want to improve patron experience and increase cash to the floor, all while achieving unparalleled security. Visit us in the NRT Innovation Room at booth #4267 for your chance to see the QuickJack NEO™ in action!

“When we originally set out to redesign our award-winning QuickJack™ kiosk, our focus was on improving the user experience for both casino customers and employees, and offering new and innovative payment services. But with EMV launching in the US and the many high-profile data breaches suffered by some of America’s most respected retailers and payment processors, we also realized the opportunity to engineer the QuickJack NEO™ to be more secure than any other solution in the marketplace. It took NRT more than 3 years, but we think the wait was worth it. We’re launching a product that accommodates multiple transaction types – cardless ATM withdrawals, NFC for contactless transactions, QR and bar code scanning – while simultaneously offering unmatched end-to-end security, all in one sleek and sexy package,” said Michael Dominelli, Vice President of NRT. “Our philosophy of building Smart, Simple and Secure solutions really paid off with the QuickJack NEO

GTL Credit Card Scanners in All New Payment Kiosks

Global Tel*Link (GTL), the leading provider of correctional technology solutions, today announced that it has begun to include key-injected credit card scanners in all of its new payment kiosk deployments, as well as to perform quarterly inspections and audits of all payment kiosks. With this move, GTL is emphasizing its commitment to the protection of customer data by complying with and going beyond industry standards for customer data security.


Bike share program to start on campus

The Office of Sustainability will be initiating a new bicycle rental program on campus in October. The “bike-sharing” program will make bicycles accessible to students. The bikes will be available outside of the student union, near the Girard Park Circle parking tower and at Cajun Field. “We’re excited about it,” Gretchen Vanicor, director of the… Source: Post… Read More »

HR Kiosk Casestudy – Employee Self Service Software (ESS)

Human Resources / Employee Self Service We wanted to supply a dedicated endpoint that had an engaging attract screen, and simple button-based options for ease of operation and user-friendliness. Tom Kentish IT manager, Essendant (USA) Employees in many job settings do not have regular computer access. HR kiosks are a cost-effective and efficient way companies can connect with… Read More »

Salesforce Using Machine Learning to Clinch Deals

For all the advances technology has brought to corporate life, salespeople still rely heavily on guesswork when it comes to wooing customers and closing deals, usually involving late-night conference calls and spreadsheets about client interactions. Source: Post Views: 814

Cannabis Cash

Cannabis Cash Management Kiosk By Craig Keefner Sep 18, 2015: Living in Colorado like I do, it makes a lot of sense for me to do a bit of an update on the budding (or blooming) cannabis industry.  Speaking for myself and from what I see Denver has quickly graduated into the big hub status. Only Donald Trump… Read More »

Hospitality – How Hotels Cater to Business Travelers

By Abi Mandelbaum — More than two-thirds of American adults now own a smartphone, making mobile technology part of daily life for most travelers. As such, travelers now expect to see mobile technology integrated into their hotel experiences. Gone are the days when offering Wi-Fi at a hotel was enough; travelers are booking hotels, finding travel information, and  controlling every detail of their trips from their smartphones and tablets.

By Abi Mandelbaum



Hotels in Chicago have been leading the charge on implementing new technologies.

The first Virgin Hotel, which opened in Chicago in January, was designed with tech-savvy travelers in mind. The hotel offers unlimited bandwidth usage on its Wi-Fi network; the patent-pending headboards were ergonomically designed for those working from their beds; and guests check in at a kiosk, via a smartphone app or with a tablet-wielding employee. From the hotel’s mobile app, dubbed Lucy, guests can control their room temperatures, change channels on the TV, order room service, or request items from the front desk.

The Peninsula Chicago is renovating its rooms to include tablet-based technology. When the renovation is completed in April 2016, all rooms will be equipped with a minimum of three Samsung tablets, which will become an integral part of thePeninsula experience. Guests will use the tablets to control room temperature and lighting, watch television, listen to the radio, order room service, and request privacy, among other things.