Our clients often ask us how they should configure their iPad for kiosk use. Below are some of the things we you should consider when using your iPad in public or self-service setting. Enable Guided Access Guided Access is the easiest way to put your iPad into “single app mode” which prevents the user from quitting out of the… Read More »
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Mobility means everything these days. Phones and tablets are dominating our world and it’s becoming more and more challenging to avoid them.
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Published on May 24, 2016 on LinkedIn originally. Here is link. Adam Aronson Founder & CEO at Lilitab Kiosks We’re living in a connected society. From point of sale machines to personal computers and mobile devices, tech is everywhere. One benefit of this ever-growing technological world has been the widespread adoption of tablets & the iPad Kiosk. They… Read More »
RevelSystems has promised up a picture of the installed unit. Stop back by and see it. See on Scoop.it – Kiosk & Kiosks SAN FRANCISCO, May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –??Revel Systems, the leading iPad point of sale platform, has launched its iPad POS system for drive-through. This expands Revel Systems’ product offering for fast food and enterprise-level clients,… Read More »
This may be a smartphone age, but our lives are becoming a series of kiosk stops, from ATMs and supermarket checkouts to airlines and gas stations. And now, increasingly, there’s the fast-food kiosk. Kiosks have one main purpose: to save time. And an industry that dubs itself “quick service” has zero choice but to pay serious attention to any device that espouses to shave seconds—if not minutes—off each order. That might explain why such familiar names as McDonald’s and Panera Bread are spending millions of dollars to roll out touch-screen kiosks in stores.
For Panera, it’s all about giving consumers digital ordering choices.
Then there’s that 500-pound gorilla in the room: Aren’t kiosks really about cutting back on labor costs? “How much labor can we remove from the service package until customers finally decide that self service means no service?” Muller asks.
Hurst insists this is not at all the case at Panera. In fact, he says, Panera locations that have kiosks typically spend more on labor costs than those without them.
On the whole, customers mostly love touch-screen kiosks, Hurst says, adding that “the kiosk is basically an iPad.”
Which is why Millennials, in particular, can’t keep their mitts off of them. “Kiosks are a way for us to be even more isolated from random human contact,” Muller says.
Newsletter from Lilitab on iPad Mini Tablet Kiosk System
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