Kiosk Industry is the news engine for the Kiosk Manufacturer Association or KMA which is a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better self-service for customers and employees through kiosks and information technology (IT). Kiosk Industry Association leads efforts to optimize self-service engagements and engagement outcomes using information technology such as kiosks.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. announced today that Michael Mayer has joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts. Michael Mayer is a fourth generation Mayer and a welcome addition to the production department.
Family tradition continues at Frank Mayer. Mike Mayer, President, said “The recent addition as a fourth generation Mayer is a sign of our commitment to being the leading company in our industry. I’m confident that Michael will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality solutions for our clients.”
Self-service passport kiosks debut at Newark Liberty Airport myfoxny.com “The self-service kiosk removes, essentially the administrative responsibility from the officer allowing for more efficient and more effective processing times,” said Robert…
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Survey says..Glory Global did poll of UK customers on self-service. Amazing that despite the gloomy numbers, most said they would use self-service anyway. Interesting read. Something similar out of Scotland a few weeks ago along the “We want to talk to real people” philosophy.
FLYCOIN is a combination of several devices (kiosk, vending, atm, pos) into one that could allow anyone to turn physical cash into digital money (bitcoin, paypal, etc.), make a payment, or simply just send money in a safe, effective and fast way !
Now sprouting like mushrooms in San Francisco are kiosks sporting safe-grade electronic locks for customers to receive and send items through San Francisco-based Swapbox, a start-up which views itself as a “super post office,” the company’s chief technology officer and co-founder Nitin Shantharam told India-West.
Swapbox now has 21 kiosks — most of them in San Francisco and a few in Silicon Valley — and is ramping up to 25 kiosks soon. “Our (kiosks) are three times larger than Amazon lockers,” the Indian American co-founder pointed out.
Tech2 Android L release could bring the OS to ATMs, self-service kiosks Tech2 While Google has only released a developer preview for Android L, many of the things we will see in the final version of the OS are already here.
Gozo News Malta International Airport introduces self-service check-in kiosks Gozo News Malta International Airport introduces self-service check-in kiosks Malta International Airport has just announced the launch of self-service check-in kiosks at…
Self-service ordering and check out has been steadily expanding in grocery store delis and at checkout, at hardware stores, and of course, the airlines, but has been slowly adopted in food service. While a few chains such as …
When self-service works then there are less calls to the Help center, more customers complete their tasks, and less mistakes are made. Self-service is wonderful. When it works. When it’s not being killed by complexity
Miami International Airport’s automated passport control (APC) kiosks, which have cut waiting times by 40% for US citizens since last November, are now available to travellers from the 38 countries participating in the U.S. Department of State’s Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
InTouch Technology , provider of sales and retention software to over 900 health clubs, today announced the launch of a new iPad Welcome Kiosk. The new version of the InTouch Welcome Kiosk allows clubs to capture lead information by having guests enter their details on an iPad when they walk into…
On Thursday, the court upheld the notion that an idea alone can’t be patented, deciding unanimously that merely implementing an idea on a computer isn’t enough to transform it into a patentable invention.
Can you actually type on a small display? If the right predictive technology is built in to the keyboard, the answer might be yes. Fleksy Messenger shows how its done on the Tizen-powered Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch.
Motorists are suing Salt Lake City over its electronic parking pay stations, claiming city code was never revised to authorize procedural changes that accompanied the new meters in 2011 and 2012. The three plaintiffs, whose quest for class-action status could involve millions of dollars in parkin…