EMV adoption in the self-service industry – Q&A With John Menzel of Ingenico Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in ATM Marketplace back in 2018. EMV has come a long way since then and particularly in thanks somewhat to the pandemic which is driving contactless readers. Still it is good for a historical perspective. For more information on EMV… Read More »
Samsung Kiosk Demo Stripe Integration From Intuiface March 2022 In-person payment, once the biggest challenge for kiosk applications, is now a plug-and-play addition for Stripe, one of the industry’s most respected payment solution providers. Intuiface is excited to announce a no-code integration for Stripe-mediated payments on self-service kiosks. This integration, the first of its kind for Stripe, means… Read More »
Fast-casual places are ditching cash for safety and efficiency. Critics say this shuts out poor people, some immigrants and those who just prefer cash.
The global cashless movement has reached Washington, where a growing number of fast-casual establishments and other spots are saying no to greenbacks in favor of plastic and mobile payments. Sweetgreen, the national salad chain founded by Georgetown University graduates, went cashless in most of its locations last year. Other cashless spots include a Menchie’s frozen-yogurt shop downtown, the posh Barcelona Wine Bar on 14th Street NW and the Bruery beer store at Union Market.
Soon, they may be breaking the law.
The decision to go cashless also has broader implications in the global battle between the credit-card and ATM industries.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Visa has been a major booster of the cashless movement. The credit card company in March awarded 50 businesses $10,000 each for rejecting cash payments and has released reports touting the benefits of a cashless society.
The push back due to the unbanked was quite predictable. However, when you see a country like India has gone cashless in many spots — well, if they can figure out how to do it, we should be able to figure out how to do it. I believe even poor countries in Africa have large cashless segments now.
This really is not a battle of if, but rather when.
By deploying its “Fresh Forward” concept, Subway has recognized the need to make ordering more convenient in addition to continuing its emphasis on freshness.
Article on new Subway tablet kiosks being tried out. Agilitee put them together.
Source Tech announced that the wireless communications unit of C Spire has selected its 6-Series BillPay kiosk for in-store bill payments. Source: www.businesswire.com With a footprint at just over one square foot, the 6-Series kiosk can be placed anywhere within C Spire’s retail store environments without impacting displays or foot traffic flow. The kiosk features industrial grade, long-life… Read More »
MoneyGram (NASDAQ: MGI) has won two prestigious gold awards recognizing the company’s commitment to innovation at the 2016 PYMNTS Innovator Awards ceremony. The company won “Best Cash Innovation” for revolutionary kiosk solutions and also “Best Comeback Story” for MoneyGram.com‘s new state-of-the-art online platform.
A very successful kiosk project with bill payment. Kudos to Kiosk Information Systems and all the partners. Key features include guest and repeat user experience, multiple languages, and minimal data entry for the customer. MoneyGram’s kiosks can be found inside more than 2,200 CVS locations in the U.S. as well as inside stores and post offices in Europe.
A new way of paying bills is parked at Ottawa City Hall.
Outdoor bill payment kiosk for utility bill pay.
In one visit to the QPAGOS kiosk, customers can also top up their mobile phone, pay their electric, gas, telephone and water bills, as well as pay for municipal services, entertainment services, transportation, and many more payment services.Click here to edit the content
40 of 56 kiosks have been deployed so far with the balance expected to be deployed by the end of August; while over 20 mobile tablets with printers were deployed with a potential of over 70 deployed by the end of the year.
Dalton Utilities now has a payment kiosk available for customers to pay their Dalton Utilities and OptiLink bills. The kiosk is at Loa Bakery at 737 Riverbend Road, at the intersection of Walnut Avenue and Riverbend Road.
The payment kiosk, located inside Loa Bakery, will be open for the public’s use seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
At the kiosk, customers may pay their Dalton Utilities and OptiLink bills with cash or credit card. The machine is unable to make change, so any overages will just be credited to the customer’s account to offset their next payment.
The kiosk is equipped with a scanner to read customer account numbers right from the bill to ensure proper crediting of accounts.
TOUCHPAY KIOSKS Bill Payment Kiosk by TouchPay TouchPay™ is the country’s only fully automated, real-time, stand-alone bill pay kiosk terminal that, in partnership with over hundreds of billers from utilities, telecommunications, ticketing, gaming, e-government, insurance and much more, offers the Filipino the ultimate convenience in bills management incorporating speed, safety, and security, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.… Read More »
Making child support payments has become easier for Nebraskans in the Omaha and Lincoln areas with the installation of two self-service kiosks.
New reader is smaller with higher level of security. FAQ’s What is the iUC150B availability? It is available now for kiosk integration with both RBA and UIA applications. What is the intended iUN configuration for the iUC150B? It is intended to work with: IUP250 V3.0 & iUR250 V3.0. It is fully backward compatible with PCI V3.0… Read More »
KIOSK Information Systems to Demo New Bill Payment Software at the 2017 NRF Big Show, Booth #3805
Tom Weaver, states, “Without question, bill payment is KIOSK’s most consistent and dominant market application. Many of our clients are in their second or third generation of self-service having already proven the enormous impact of automating literally millions of transactions each year. The ROI on in-store bill payment has moved it from a ‘nice to have’ in-store feature to a ‘must-have’ element to maximize store profits.”
Expands PayPal’s Reach Into the U.S. Bill Payment Channel with More Than 10,000 Supported Billers, 65,000 Over-the-Counter Locations and 900 Operated Kiosks
Hamed Shahbazi, Chairman and CEO of TIO, remarked, “We founded TIO to make speed and access part of the bill payment experience for the underserved, and we believe that we have created affordable products to serve the needs of all customers. Our mission fits perfectly with PayPal’s vision to democratize money. As part of the PayPal team, we believe we will accelerate our growth through expanded distribution and continue increasing access to more billers and services.”
OTI Receives Purchase Orders for Thousands of Payment Systems to be Installed at Leading U.S. Food Chains and Kiosk Operators
Pretty nice device and it is used quite a bit. Not sure about gist of this press release.
A parking ticket payment kiosk at a tourist attraction in Yilan County that went viral on the Internet is found to have undergone redecoration and now is encased within a plank framework waiting for a remake.
Ok, maybe it is time to do that whitepaper on “How NOT to do self-service”. Reverse case studies…
Whenever I’m in New York City and load up a MetroCard at the train station kiosk, I give the card readers extra scrutiny and think to myself, “such a high-volume spot would be a great place to inst… Craig Keefner‘s insight: Nice photos of skimmer See on consumerist.com
Extend Convenience with Payment Kiosks by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. Self-service kiosks provide a fast and secure method for customers to make bill payments in person. Capable of accepting all forms of payment as well as providing change for cash transactions, Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.’s bill payment solution extends your customer service hours around the clock… Read More »
DETROIT, April 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — DivDat Kiosk Network President Jason Bierkle presents No-Fee payment kiosk model to Detroit City Council
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 »
DETROIT, Aug. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — DivDat Kiosk Network Marks One Million Transactions. Payment of Detroit water bill sparks 1 milliont
Cash, check or credit card. Neat thing is there is no bill to pay your bill unlike most services.
MILPITAS, Calif, Oct. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Elo, a leading global supplier of touchscreen computing solutions, has released the next generation o
“With PayPoint Plus, Elo gives retailers the best of both worlds by combining the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of a mobile architecture with the retail-hardened durability our POS solutions are known for,” said Craig Witsoe, CEO at Elo. “Retailers integrating mPOS solutions such as the PayPoint Plus will impress shoppers and maintain a competitive advantage through the intuitive customer experience.”
Customs Duty Payment Kiosks Upgraded to EMV While Passing Ten-Year Milestone November 14, 2017 – YORK, PA. Bermudians love to travel and shop, in fact Bermuda residents are among the most traveled populations in the world. In 2006, Bermuda’s H.M. Customs authority recognized the need to help speed travelers through the arduous task of completing a declarations form… Read More »
Retail Cash Management Benefits Reduce the time and cost of managing cash in your store with CASHINFINITY™ Automate cash payment at the point of sale to Improve the Customer Experience Reduce Staff Stress Enhance Security and Eliminate Shrinkage Accelerate Start and End of Day Reconciliation Reduce the Cost To Your Business More Information Compact Cash Recycling System CI-10… Read More »
Half the customers didn’t know how to order on the iPad, a Google commenter wrote
Here is some insight on cash in restaurants. Shake Shack backed off of it but still is working towards cashless. The CEO reasons are:
Safety: We’ve mitigated the very real security risks associated with having large quantities of cash on-site, so we can become a safer place for our team and our guests.
Efficiency: We’ve streamlined our operations, eliminating cash-counting, and facilitating easier shift transitions (team members can jump on the register without the time-consuming security steps involved in cash-tray change-outs.)
Speed: Without handling cash and making change, we can serve more guests in far less time, meaning you spend less time waiting in line to place your order and pay.
Here is LinkedIn article from Meyer the CEO
By opening up the platform, the tech giant is empowering users to bring cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) to workflows it has never serviced before.
Before launching the SDK into the wild, Square worked with a number of select partners to build custom POS solutions by using Square’s technology. The aforementioned Shake Shack has recently been testing cashier-less stores, which it calls the "Shack of the Future," in New York City. Working with the development agency Fuzz, the burger chain built a self-service kiosk that let customers order their food and pay all by themselves. Even though it used Square’s infrastructure of security and payment support, these experimental restaurants were able to drive down wait times with a solution that was effectively customized just for them.
OTI Brings Diverse Cashless Payment Solutions to Worldwide Merchants INTRODUCTION TO OTI On Track Innovations LTD, or OTI (NASDAQ: OTIV), is a pioneer and leading global developer of cutting-edge cashless payment solutions including near-field communication (NFC) products and solutions. For over two decades, OTI has provided enterprises worldwide with innovative technology and solutions that forge new business models, grow… Read More »
News from a payment kiosk application provider for Olea Kiosks The M3t EMV Cloud Kernel is designed to easily connect unattended kiosk terminals and POS solutions to a level II / III approved kernel for processing credit and debit card transactions. The kernel was certified for use in the U.S. in January of 2018 and is now connected… Read More »
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 »
Nice article on Russian industry that really took off. Excerpt: Russian fintech miracle — Payment kiosk Anna Kuzmina Follow Oct 24, 2018 · 5 min read Once upon a time in cold Russia of 2000 something important happened. A new payment system was born. It would soon dominate the whole country, become part of daily life of every single Russian, and spread across… Read More »
Datacap and Dash Now enable Text-to-Pay (eCommerce transactions) alongside card-present payments for any Point of Sale via Datacap’s NETePay Hosted™ platform. No hardware or mobile app required. Editor Note: This type of transaction is very common. Calling into order is likely the most common way of ordering. We order food regularly from restaurants and unless you are a loyal customer and… Read More »
Municipal Payment Kiosk News Article posted on PaymentsDive Sep2021 In Brief CityBase used as the example here (youtube link) — Not sure if advertiser or not No mention of U.S. Payments or DivDat or JACK/Adcomp for that matter surprisingly With the install of 30 in Chicago current total is up to 74 kiosks and plans are to raise… Read More »
Kiosk EMV Capable Card Readers, PIN Pads and Contactless Readers for Self-Service Kiosks Jan 2014 — The following is a list of EMV capable card readers, PIN pads and contactless card readers that are designed specifically for self-service environments like a kiosk. As we’re beginning research and development on adding EMV capabilities to our US-based kiosk applications it makes sense to take inventory… Read More »
Americans may worship plastic, but, for the most part, they’re not yet willing to worship with plastic.
It may be somewhat surprising then that the Ocean City Tabernacle, in its 135th season, has become the latest one of a very few area churches to experiment with the kiosk concept, installing two stations in its narthex for the summer season. Use of the devices, which consist of iPads inserted in a frame on a stand, has been underwhelming, with only a handful of people weekly availing themselves of the technology.
“So far I would say it’s not finding its audience,” said Rick Carlson, who is in his first year as CEO of the nondenominational Tabernacle. “Part of the reason is our audience tends to be older and kiosks tend to be used most by younger people who use credit or debit cards for everything. They don’t write checks or carry cash.”
“Contactless” Payment Kiosk Review Posted on Alabama Power Introduces CityBase Contactless Payment Kiosks Editor Review: New utility bill payment kiosk deployment announced for Alabama. It’s not the first time for CityBase. We note the 2016 PR on Omaha Child Support Payment Kiosks. A major point promoted by CityBase is ADA Accessibility. Going into state and local markets that… Read More »