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Retail kiosks, far from being relics of the early 2000s, have resurfaced as sleek, tech-infused shopping hubs, evolving beyond their humble origins as mall accessory vendors. Today, they’re transforming the retail landscape, offering convenience, personalization, and a unique shopping experience.

Self-service Superstars:

Gone are the days of long checkout lines. Modern retail kiosks boast self-checkout capabilities, empowering customers to scan, bag, and pay for their purchases independently. These whizzes of efficiency, often equipped with intuitive touchscreens and barcode scanners, free up staff for more customer-centric tasks, like product recommendations and assistance.

Product Powerhouses:

Retail kiosks aren’t just transaction machines; they’re product powerhouses. Imagine browsing interactive displays showcasing the latest gadgets, virtually trying on clothes in a digital dressing room, or ordering custom-made items with on-the-spot specifications. Kiosks bridge the gap between physical and digital, immersing customers in a world of product exploration and personalization.

Data-Driven Decisions:

Retail kiosks are treasure troves of data, collecting valuable insights into customer behavior. By tracking product scans, purchases, and browsing patterns, businesses can tailor their offerings, optimize inventory, and personalize marketing campaigns. This data-driven approach allows retailers to stay ahead of the curve, catering to ever-evolving customer preferences.

The Future of Retail:

The future of retail is bright, and retail kiosks are poised to play a starring role. Imagine a world where kiosks greet customers by name, recommend products based on past purchases, and even offer augmented reality demonstrations. The possibilities are endless, blurring the lines between physical and digital, and creating a truly immersive shopping experience.

So, the next time you encounter a retail kiosk, don’t just see a checkout machine. See a portal to a future of convenience, personalization, and endless possibilities. The future of retail is here, and it’s checking itself out.

Retail Kiosks – Five Improvements for Dealer Display

Retail Kiosks News Designing displays for dealer networks in the flooring, paint, and home improvement industries can be challenging. Here are five things for retail kiosks you should consider, from Sales, Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. 1. How much square footage is available? 2. How often does product need to be removed and reinserted? 3. How many samples will be included… Read More »

Retail Kiosk News – In-Store Merchandising Design for LaCie Seagate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  — LaCie premium external storage brand promotes high-tech product line at retail with in-line displays. Grafton, WI, September 13, 2016 – LaCie, designer of world-class storage solutions has expanded their product line in-store. The premium brand from Seagate Technology, LaCie designs high-tech external storage products for Apple® and PC users. To showcase their extensive line of products, an… Read More »

Interactive Retail Kiosks & Display Solutions

Merchandising Displays with Touchscreens May 14, 2021  Katie Kochelek There was a time when experiential merchandising displays broke the mold with simple video loops or motion sensors prompting audio call-to-actions. Building on the groundwork of these features, many of today’s interactive retail displays go even further with original ideas to showcase and demo products. It’s no surprise to… Read More »

Retail display news – Braven Bluetooth® expands wireless speakers

Portable Bluetooth® audio brand, Braven, has been expanding their retail display presence across the U.S. The expanded line of outdoor, take-anywhere speakers has necessitated new in-store display solutions. The in-line counter displays, designed and produced by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.  are placed in retailers nationwide. Grafton, WI, August 9, 2016 – Braven, a premium portable Bluetooth® audio… Read More »

Retail Kiosk News – Frank Mayer Launches New Website

Point-of-purchase industry leader Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. reveals new website for 2020 GRAFTON, WI – Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. recently launched its new website design to provide brands and retailers with an industry-driven experience when accessing detailed information about the company’s solutions in the point-of-purchase industry. The website is found at frankmayer.com The updated website showcases… Read More »

A drive-thru, a fitting room and self-serve kiosks

Concept store tests fresh ways of meeting online shoppers’ evolving needs OTTAWA, Oct. 29, 2015 /CNW/ – Canada…

Source: www.newswire.ca

The pilot store features a bright, free-flowing environment and offers a range of new customer conveniences, such as self-serve shipping stations, that allow online shoppers and small business owners alike to do business quickly and easily:

  • Drive-thru parcel pickup. Customers never have to get out of their car. At the welcome kiosk, they simply scan the barcode on their smartphone or paper pickup notice, then drive ahead to receive the item at the pickup window. (The canopy will protect them and their item in bad weather). If the parcel is big or heavy, staff will place it in the customer’s vehicle.
  • All-in-one self-serve shipping station. A unique technology lets customers send their parcels anywhere in Canada 24/7. Using a touch screen, the customer selects their parcel service, scans their item for weight and size, pays by debit or credit card and prints their shipping label. Once they scan the barcoded label and place the parcel in the drop box, a receipt confirms the item is on its way, and ready for them to track online.
  • A fitting room. Customers can try on the outfit they bought online right away to see if it is right for them. The spacious 50-square-foot private space is equipped with a full mirror and a small bench – like any retail store. If the item isn’t right for them, they have the added convenience of being able to return it immediately.
  • Self-serve vending kiosk. Customers can buy stamps, shipping supplies such as PriorityTM Prepaid and XpresspostTM Prepaid envelopes or bubble envelopes, gift cards and more. The user-friendly self-serve transactions are quick and customers can avoid lineups at the counter.
  • Extended hours. While the self-serve kiosks and shipping stations are in a section that’s open 24/7, the centre’s extended full-service hours for the drive-thru, the fitting room and more complex transactions with the help of our staff are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

The store also offers free Wifi and larger postal boxes for customers. Canada Post can also rent space in the store to other retailers to open a pop-up store, or short-term sales outlet – an emerging retail trend.

For the first half of 2015, the number of parcels from fashion retailers delivered increased by 18 per cent while in the Greater Toronto Area, they grew 28 per cent compared to the previous year. Canada Post delivers two out of three parcels ordered online in the country.

Customer Flow Illustrates Retail Kiosk Opportunities

 Retail Kiosk Opportunities & Customer Flow   Visitors to retail stores, museums, hospitals, and banks all have an “experience” and “path” that influences how and what they see during their visit.  They have a traffic flow, a decision making process, and path that can be identified, quantified, and displayed.  The experience is not only “in person” but is… Read More »

Diebold Nixdorf Retail Kiosk Solution Receives Award

ESSEN, Germany, April 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Diebold Nixdorf Interactive Retail Kiosk Solution Receives Red Dot Design Award.

Source: www.prnewswire.com

According to release — Diebold Nixdorf has installed more than 10,000 prior-generation kiosks for quick-service restaurants around the world, primarily taking customer orders and payments. The kiosks can also be used for other various applications, including theatre ticket and lottery sales, in-store navigation maps, and even self-checkout.

Pyramid Computer interactive touchscreen kiosks strengthen omni-channel solutions

Panasonic Pyramid Retail kiosks complement Panasonic’s existing Point of Sales BRACKNELL, UK. 19th FEBRUARY 2018 Panasonic today announced that it will offer Pyramid Computer GmbH’s leading polytouch® 32 passport interactive touch screen kiosks as part of its range of solutions to address the challenge of the new omni-channel retail era. Pyramid’s fully customised solutions, including comprehensive logistical and… Read More »

Beyond Rubik’s Cube Interactive Kiosk Mobile

Interactive Kiosk Mobile Visitors control a massive Rubik’s Cube through interactive kiosks and a web and mobile application The Groovik’s Cube, featured in the Beyond Rubik’s Cube traveling exhibit, is an interactive Rubik’s Cube that visitors can solve from the museum or from anywhere in the world via the web. The Groovik’s Cube, the largest functional Rubik’s Cube (26 feet… Read More »

Zappos Launches First Physical Retail Location

Clicks and Mortar news – In October 2014, Amazon announced it would be opening its first physical retail location in New York City. Now Zappos, an Amazon-owned company, plans … Source: www.retailsolutionsonline.com Write-up by Retail Solutions Online of new Zappos physical incarnation test going on in Las Vegas. Post Views: 1,070

TeDi Chooses Reliable NCR Retail Solutions

NCR will provide European discount retailer, TEDi with innovative point-of-sale (POS) solutions to improve customer service and drive sales. Source: www.ncr.com NCR RealPOS™ 50 systems will be deployed at TEDi’s approximately 1,400 stores across Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia and The Netherlands in the next two years. Four hundred units have already been delivered to TEDi stores. Post Views:… Read More »

retailcloud Selects PowaPOS T25 for Zero POS Rollout

Powa Technologies’ PowaPOS T25 is now available with retailcloud’s Zero POS software, providing a bundled, full-featured POS platform for Source: www.businesswire.com PowaPOS is the first point of sale platform purpose built for tablet-based payments. It is the only fully integrated design to incorporate all common retail peripherals and support all POS software across all operating systems. The PowaPOS platform features… Read More »

Self-Service Kiosks for Retail

Self-Service Kiosks Offer Enhanced Customer Experience for 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.… Read More »

LCSD to launch upgraded Leisure Link Self-service Kiosks

LCSD to launch upgraded Leisure Link Self-service Kiosks – up-to-the-minute news and headlines. 7thSpace is a online portal covering topics such as Family, Business, Entertainment, Headlines, Recipes and more. A place for the whole family featuring many different sections to chose from. Source: 7thspace.com Post Views: 1,030

Retail Kiosk – Provision Installations Surge Forward in Top Markets

Current installation totals exceed 150 3D Savings Center Kiosks in NYC and LA retail locations CHATSWORTH, CA – October 27, 2015. Provision Interactive Technologies, Inc. (“Provision”), a subsidiary of Provision Holding, Inc. (OTC PINK: PVHO) announced today, that more than 150 3D Savings Center Kiosks have been successfully installed. These installations represent further penetration of the New York… Read More »

Holiday shopping season malware targeting

New sophisticated software takes advantage of lack of end-to-end encryption in many retailer backends and getting card data, including EMV, from consumers. Cyber criminals never sleep.

Source: www.theexaminer.com

This new ModPOS malware has taken advantage of a flaw in the internal in-store processing of debit and credit transactions still using magnetic stripes as well as using the new EMV Chip and Pin cards; the processing flaw, now known to the retail industry, is that the internal processing systems utilized by many major retailers does not support end-to-end encryption, and does not also properly encrypt data in memory, allowing that data to be captured and sent to distant cyber crooks. According to iSIGHT, “Criminals can then reuse card data, even from EMV cards, to make online (card-not-present) transactions.”