Tag Archives: payment machine

EMV PCI Kiosk hardware reference list 2014

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 »

New kiosks to help with property tax payments

For people who don’t have bank accounts or credit cards, cash is king. But when it comes to paying property taxes in Wayne County, using cash is difficult and costly.

Source: www.clickondetroit.com

DivDat with new kiosks for DTE. Quote from Stephanie Warren, “Good things are happening in Detroit and DTE Energy, Wayne County Treasurer’s Office and Detroit Water and Sewerage Department are leading the way! Be the change you want to see; lead by example. Thank you WDIV Channel 4 News for bringing attention to this. If you are a biller in Michigan and want to find out how you can get added to our network let me know! DivDat is a national company, if you want to lead the way in your area let me know! This is my passion and I would love to talk to you about it.”

DTE Energy bill payment kiosks convenient for customers

DTE Energy bill payment kiosks DETROIT, Aug. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The DTE Energy kiosk has become the company’s fastest growing bill-payment… Source: www.prnewswire.com The number of kiosks has grown from five to 25, located at DTE payment centers and neighborhood Rite Aid drug stores, primarily in Detroit.  Many of the drug stores are open 24 hours a… Read More »

DTE offers cash payment kiosks for low-income customers

Ferndale-based DivDat is rolling out ATM-like kiosks for customers to pay by cash in Rite Aids

Source: www.freep.com

The 30 kiosks placed at DTE payment centers and select Rite Aid pharmacies in locations around Detroit and Michigan accept all forms of payment, including cash. The targeted customer is someone who might not have a credit card or bank account.

PCI Compliance Kiosks – CAT or Cardholder Activated Terminals FAQ

Cardholder Activated Terminals FAQ There are two primary classifications of Point of Sale Terminal Types: Attended and Unattended Payment Terminals are classified into two major types, depending on the situation: Attended Terminals A POS Transaction occurring at an attended POS Terminal is a face-to-face Transaction, since a Sales Person or Representative is present at the time of the… Read More »

New Self-Service Vending Kiosk For the Gatwick Rail Station

Gatwick Vending Kiosk From Evoke Creative — New self-service kiosks installed at Gatwick Airport rail station to improve the customer experience at this busy station. London, 28 June 2021 – Worldline [Euronext: WLN], the European leader in the payments and transactional services industry Worldline and Evoke Creative have combined their expertise in rail ticketing solutions and kiosk design… Read More »

“Connected” Vending Machines Grew Globally By 18% In 2014

Berg Insight, a dedicated M2M/IoT market research firm based in Sweden, has found that the global installed base of connected vending machines grew by 18.4 percent to 1.16 million units in 2014. Around 0.56 million of these machines have been installed in… Source: www.vendingmarketwatch.com The connected vending market has gained momentum as vending operators have started to deploy… Read More »

Dalton Utilities places payment kiosk at store

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.

Source: www.daltondailycitizen.com

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.

Case Study – Courthouse Bill Payment with MEI BNR

A speedy way to pay your speeding ticket When General Payment Systems, Inc. (GPSI) made the move into courthouse payment systems, they needed a compact solution that focused on a number of criteria including efficiency and reliability. The company found the perfect product thanks to an innovative cash recycler from Crane Payment Innovations. “We were moving into the court space and ultimately… Read More »

Whitepaper – OTI Brings Cashless Payment Solutions to Worldwide Merchants

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 »

Bill Payment Kiosk Provisioning – Industry Whitepaper

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 »

Payment kiosk – Story from Russia

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 »

Payment Technology – Contactless Card Reader Limited Time Promotion OTI & EVO

Retailers who offer contactless payments have a lot to gain. New research shows that nearly two thirds of consumers globally prefer shopping with merchants who accept contactless payments! Future-proof your income while lowering vending downtime, cash handling costs, theft and security concerns. Take TRIO-IQ, an intelligent, modular combo platform that works with all Payment options: QR Codes, custom app… Read More »

NRF Kiosk Award – Best Payment Innovation for Kiosk – PopID and NRF

NRF Kiosk Award  for Payment Innovation Special Announcement from The Industry Group – November 8, 2021 — this is the newsletter sent by KI   See information posted on NRF Big Show Website .  The kiosk association in conjunction with Datacap has nominated PopID Pay-By-Face as a candidate for Best Payment Innovation.  Please visit and vote so we can… Read More »

Payment Kiosk News – Updating Pulse Machines with Modern Card Reader

Solution for Coin-Operating Machines with the OTI Trio Blog entry on UCP Inc. Coin-operated pulse machines were introduced in the early 1880s and have been an integral part of our lives in a variety of ways since that time. The application following their creation was considered significantly diverse, being used for car washes, laundromats, kiddie rides, arcade games,… Read More »

Walmart settles disability-rights suit over payment machines

Walmart has agreed to settle a disability-rights suit by installing equipment in its stores in California that will enable people in wheelchairs to read the screens at checkout display terminals and make credit card purchases on their own. The proposed settlement in federal court in San Francisco is intended to make the point-of-sale machines at Walmart’s more than 200 stores in the state accessible to the more than 300,000 Californians who use wheelchairs or motorized scooters. 

Source: m.sfgate.com

Big deal for NCR who now needs to fix their design?