Contactless Kiosks – The Ingenuity, Limitations, and Accessibility of Options From the Paciello Group , a Vispero company and Laura Miller – Jul2020 — A post-COVID world has accelerated the adoption of a variety of technologies that provide customers and users with a contactless self-service experience. For example, contactless purchasing – historically used to describe the ability to… Read More »
Kiosks Self-Service Offer Support In Today’s Retail From the Frank Mayer blog Oct2020 Since the COVID-19 pandemic began dominating headlines earlier this year, retailers and brands have been forced to demonstrate agility when meeting new customer expectations. More than ever, the transformed consumer now counts on operational supply chains, accessibility, and arguably most important, enhanced safety standards. While… Read More »
BELLEVUE, Wash., Feb. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Coinstar today announced its partnership with leading German retailer real hypermarkets to brin
Coinstar going to Germany to install coin counting kiosks. I wonder how the usage in Germany which may be the least cash country in the world is with coins.
The Future of Kiosks happy person using the check-in machine at the airport getting the boarding pass. Each of us is entrenched in the vast world of technology, whether we know it or not. Moore’s Law suggests that computer processing speed doubles every 18 months. Some experts believe that gap is narrowing in many tech areas. Internet of Things (IoT)… Read More »
While c-stores have been in the touchscreen food-ordering kiosk game for more than a decade, it is by far the quick-service restaurant industry that is currently leading the charge into the future with food kiosks. Wendy’s embarked on plans to install self-ordering kiosks in about 1,000 of its U.S. franchises at the end of 2017. In January 2018, McDonald’s confirmed plans to add touchscreen ordering kiosks to half of its U.S. restaurants by the end of 2018.
As disruption across channels continues, due to Amazon’s on-going innovation, changing consumer demands and rapidly developing technologies, many channels are turning to kiosks to manage labor costs, introduce new value-added services and increase speed of service.
From food to self checkout to product pickup to financial, DMV (department of motor vehicles) and key copying services, kiosks have the ability to provide services efficiently and can also create an experience for shoppers using new technologies.
A slice of next-gen technology born in Moore County was exhibited earlier this month in New York City when more than 35,000 retail industry professionals attended the National Retail Federation’s
“We’re seeing two big trends. Our clients are looking for outdoor kiosk applications and the locker system, which can be used indoors or outdoors,” said Rebecca Swibes, Meridian marketing specialist.
Lockers can be deployed in a variety of settings and are picking up speed in the marketplace alongside mobile ordering, which is on the rise. Potential clients include fast food establishments, pharmacies and grocer applications, plus unattended equipment rentals, short-term real estate key pickup and drop-off, and similar services for auto repair and vehicle rental agencies.