Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. is a founding charter sponsors of the Kiosk Industry Group. A short profile follows. Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. Kiosks Frank Mayer kiosks are the gateway to connecting with consumers at retail. A authentic kiosk experience includes online sales, product demonstrations, consumer behavior tracking, mobile applications, employment, and much more. Founded in 1931,… Read More »
Ticketing Kiosk & Gaming Kiosk Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. has a new interactive kiosk program within the family entertainment gaming industry. Dave & Buster’s is building on their ability to offer “ticket-less” rewards points directly to the gamer’s card by re-designing their loyalty kiosks. Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. designed and produced both the Loyalty Reward Kiosk… Read More »
Ron Bowers Retires From Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. After 35 Years Senior Vice President of Retail Technology Business Development Ron Bowers will retire from Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. on July 31, 2018. GRAFTON, WI – After 35 years as a member of Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.’s staff, Senior Vice President of Retail Technology Business Development Ron Bowers… Read More »
Interactive Kiosks for Card Games by Frank Mayer Source: Frank Mayer April 5, 2016 – Embed displays interactive solutions for family gaming fun. Embed, part of the multinational entertainment group Helix Leisure, partners with Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. to produce interactive game card kiosks for the gaming and family entertainment market. Embed is a worldwide provider of… Read More »
An interactive tablet kiosk from the Kiosk Group serves as the centerpiece of a young man’s Eagle Scout Service Project. By Richard Slawsky contributor Alex Harrison, a 16-year-old in his junior year at Fairfax High School in Fairfax, Va., has been involved with the Boy Scouts since he was in the first grade. He’s worked his way through… Read More »
NRF 2016 Retail Kiosk Gallery Pictures of units that we took as we toured NRF in NY for 2016. The coolest demo was Diebold actually.
It’s hard to miss the high tech, interactive Syracuse visitors’ guides that have popped up around Syracuse jammed full of information and it’s not just for people outside the area.