BILL PAYMENT KIOSK TECHNOLOGY SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 Written by Richard Slawsky and Craig Keefner This is a fairly comprehensive look at purely financial service kiosks and the segments. Driving it all is the new portal, PaymentKiosk.com, which we have launched at Olea and which details turnkey, priced, offerings for bill payment, cash2card and more. If you are looking… Read More »
AT&T Bill Payment Kiosks and Others Circa 2021 Editors Note: This article is updated with new information weekly, sometimes daily. Check back for updates. Having worked on prior generations of all of these multi-generational kiosks we decided to check out the latest iterations. See what has changed and what hasn’t (if anything). Along with the kiosk manufacturers (primarily… Read More »
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Reprinted with permission from Olea Kiosks news 3/16/2019 Considerations When It Comes to Bill Pay Kiosks The Bill Pay Kiosk, Underbanked and Unbanked in 2019 There are all sorts of situations where a company needs to accept regular payments from their customers. Utility payments, cellphone bills and store credit cards are just a few of the situations where… Read More »
Starting this morning South Tipton County residents will be able to conduct county business in Atoka.
Three months ago the Tipton County Legislature appropriated $12,800 for a kiosk in the lobby at Atoka City Hall and it will be unveiled at a ribbon cutting today at 10 a.m.
Residents will be able to renew vehicle registration and pay court fines and county property taxes 24 hours a day at the kiosk.