KAYSVILLE, UT -– OptConnect Managed Wireless Solutions said that in fewer than 18 months, 365 Retail Markets has connected more than 5,000 OptConnect cellular units in its micromarket applications across the U.S. Keysville, UT-based OptConnect’s wireless technology allows new devices to be deployed rapidly, without any need to connect to the location’s existing network connection. This helps to ensure a more reliable network with improved uptime and security without the IT hassle, or delays, accordin
“OptConnect has been a perfect companion offering to our micromarket hardware and software,” said 365 Retail Markets founder and chief executive Joe Hessling. “Hard-wired Internet connections are costly and a pain to setup and manage, with OptConnect Operators can be connected and operational in a matter of minutes, serving customers and making sales more quickly than ever before.”
Olea’s systems come with 19″ touchscreen monitors and barcode scanners that can be used for products, loyalty cards and cellphones. They accept cash, credit cards, Apple Pay or payment through biometrics, and both models are available with either PCI- or EMV-compliant devices. They can be accessed by landline, Wi-Fi or cellular connections.
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This one caught our eye today. Released in 2014 for micromarkets, it is one of the smallest units complete with bill acceptor we have seen. Receipt printer in the “side panel” as well. Biometrics and scanner integrations are very cleanly done. Nice unit. Published on Apr 14, 2014 Introducing the new Gen3c Kiosk from 365 Retail Markets!… Read More »
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Must be the season for the market report people. This is another one which ends up looking at Airport Kiosks but in fact the companies it profiles are not the biggest players. I guess there are people that buy these things.