For Dudley Dickerson, the mobile-app orders were the last straw. McDonald’s has been updating with new technology, delivery, a revamped menu and curbside pickup. But the “Experience of the Future” has employees handling more tasks — in many cases, they say, without pay raises or adequate staffing. So Dickerson, 23, handed over his spatula for the last time. “They added a lot of complicated things,” Dickerson said in an interview. “It makes it harder for the workers.” Many fast-food employees hop from job to job. But with unemployment so low, turnover is becoming a problem. Workers are walking rather than dealing with new technologies and menu options. The result: Customers will wait longer.
“Quick-service restaurants are having a little more trouble with job openings and finding workers,” said Michael Harms, executive director of operations at People Report. “It’s the pace of work, the pace of technology and the lower wage rate.”
Ask the Experts: Kiosks: 5 Questions Kiosk Cannabis Dispensary – Ask the Experts: Kiosks Kiosks are the gateway to connect with consumers and patients. David Anzia, senior vice president of sales for Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. offers insight into how dispensaries can select the kiosk that’s right for their operation. 1. What are the advantages of a… Read More »
Cannabis Vending Machine in Aurora Feb 20, 2023 [Presidents Day] — Colorado is home to a first-of-its-kind cannabis digital vending kiosk. The machine currently only takes cash, but later versions will offer digital pay services. There are not immediate plans to take debit/credit because of banking laws. The Safe Banking Act by representative Perlmutter did not get passed. Update on SBA. From… Read More »
As marijuana legalization continues to spread, the marijuana kiosk is helping to simplify and secure the sales process. By Richard Slawsky contributor Just two years into the state’s experiment in the legalization of marijuana for recreational use, Colorado businesses are on track see more than $1.3 billion in revenue from the sale of weed and related products. That’s… Read More »
Automated Cashier Technology from Cannabis Cash Solutions Reduces Shrinkage, Theft Announcement 11/09/17 — Cash flow in the cannabis industry is a constant and delicate process — from consumer to retailer, from retailer to processor, from processor to grower, etc. But for every successful transaction, a cautious entrepreneur is also aware of the risks, which can include theft (by… Read More »
Anexco is pleased to announce that it has signed a final agreement with Alps Innovations Group for exclusive North and South American rights to an intelligent automated retail kiosk, the BioCanna ADM, for the dispensing of Cannabis and related products in both medical and commercial markets. Source: www.stockhouse.com The BioCanna ADM system provides secure product storage, the ease,… Read More »
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 »
Marijuana Kiosk Next Self Service Revolution Source: kioskmarketplace Excerpt: The effort to legalize marijuana for medicinal or recreational usage has been long, but it is finally bearing fruit. Marijuana is legal for recreational use in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Colorado and the District of Columbia. However, banks refuse to deal with the marijuana industry because cannabis remains on the federal list of… Read More »
KioWare is writing the software for the kiosk while California-based Olea Kiosks Inc. is designing and manufacturing the actual kiosk. Malvern-based Crane Payment Innovations is designing equipment for handling money inside the kiosk.
“I look at it like the kiosks that are coming into the fast food industry now,” said Frank Olea, CEO at Olea. “You place your order yourself on an electric board, and you take the receipt to the front counter where they hand you your food. That’s how it works.”
KIND is not the only software and/or compliance company to be thinking about cannabis kiosks—Jane and KioWare are two other companies that also want to use automated kiosks as a solution to the cannabis industry’s financial problems. Even Jamaica’s Cannabis Licensing Authority is on the kiosk train and wants to install weed kiosks in Jamaica’s airports. Yet with KIND’s recent partnership with Microsoft to provide cannabis tracking solutions for governments, Dinenberg thinks that KIND definitely has the leg up on competition.
Eastlake, Colo., January 9, 2017 – Just two years into the state’s experiment in marijuana legalization for recreational use, Colorado businesses are on track see more than $1.3 billion in revenue from the sale of weed and related products. That’s a whopping 30 percent higher than the $1 billion those businesses took in last year. One of the… Read More »
A look at marijuana kiosk news and cannabis Link From Bloomberg Bitcoin match made in heaven — Once a customer decides on which marijuana product to buy, an employee asks if he or she would like to use cash or digital currency, Lai said. If the buyer prefers the latter, the Trove employee explains that the customer can use… Read More »
SlabbKiosks provides kiosk solutions to a budding industry SlabbKiosks will be showcasing their payment and cash management solutions at this year’s Marijuana Business Conference. Look for them at booth # 3540 on the MJBizCon exhibition floor in Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nevada (Nov 13, 2017) – SlabbKiosks will showcase self-service payment and cash management kiosk solutions on the exhibit floor… Read More »
You don’t have to go to an in-person dispensary to pick up marijuana. That is the goal for GreenSTOP, the world’s first self-service four user kiosk that allows licensed cannabis providers to serve more customers in less time and customers to seamlessly pick up. The company’s business model is to license their “Smart Dispensary” platform to dispensaries and charge them a fee to use the platform.
Black Enterprise caught up with co-founder Tim Island to discuss the company’s plans for the kiosk.
Article published March 7, 2019 on National Real Estate Investor. Excerpt follows. Simon Property Group Announces CBD kiosks for malls The kiosks’ novelty might serve as an added attraction for shoppers, while short-term kiosk leases are low risk. Liz Wolf | Mar 07, 2019 Simon Property Group is introducing a new line-up of mall kiosks, which many might agree is not… Read More »
Marijuana Kiosk News FrankMayer and Paywana will be at the MJBizCon in Las Vegas Dec 11-13 Have a retail cannabis store in need of a self-ordering kiosk? Look no further. Watch how easy Paywana, our cannabis self-ordering kiosk software, is to use! Our Paywana kiosk software pairs perfectly with a Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.interactive kiosk. Frank Mayer… Read More »
Marijuana Dispensary Self-Checkout Kiosk News Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. teams with the Illinois-based cannabis dispensary on a self-service marijuana kiosk program for the business’s multiple locations. Editors Note: Currently there are 7 operational stores (4 IL and 3 MI) and will be opening up two more locations in Michigan this summer. The marijuana self-order kiosk model is Frank… Read More »
Payteller, a leading provider of financial services kiosks, announced today the release date for their SSK (Secure Services Kiosk), a unit programmed for the specific needs of medicinal and recreational marijuana… Source: www.abc12.com Cash handling, banking and financial services are among the greatest challenges facing the cannabis business. Navigating complex federal and state regulations in order to access… Read More »
greenbox Robotics Brings Automation to the Cannabis Industry with New State-of-the-Art Vending Kiosk Starting August 15th, California Dispensary Owners Can Provide Customers With A Futuristic and Inviting Shopping Experience Saving Them Time… #cannabisautomation #cannabiskiosk #cannabisrobotics
Standing at 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide, each kiosk is designed to maximize retail space. The machines are equipped with a DIVI robotic arm that delivers fantastic range of motion, speed and precision to deliver just about any product that can fit through the shoot. The gull-wing door opens like the trunk of an SUV which makes for simple and easy restocking.
What is believed to be the first age- and identity-verifying legal marijuana-vending machine in the U.S. has been launched in Colorado. The Zazzz Automated Marijuana Vending Machine has been installed by American … See on www.selfserviceworld.com Post Views: 485