Visual Analytics personalize kiosk and digital signage experiences and humanize big data

Before, during and after people physically engage with kiosks and digital signage, there are visual interactions that can hold the key to personalizing the experience while maximizing the effectiveness and ROI for companies and organizations.

How NFC tech can improve your kiosk

As NFC phones become the norm, it is allowing for the implementation of new features and functions in interactive kiosks that give kiosk operators the ability to provide greater levels of convenience and interactivity never before seen.

Leveraging kiosk analytics to enhance customer experience

World-class customer experiences go beyond delivering the expected outcome. Analytics provide a way of monitoring data from all aspects of the use of the kiosk and adapting the software and total solution to continuously improve the customer experience.

The use of digital signage as a wayfinding solution

A study conducted by SignAd Network found that "digital video in public venues reaches more Americans each month than online videos." It's no surprise then, that many have taken this effective advertising medium and utilized it in an alternative way to provide a new service – wayfinding or directional signage.

Three steps to delivering ROI with analytics from your kiosk deployment

Big data gets all the headlines these days, but it can easily lead to information overload unless you utilize these three proven steps to manage and harness the data from your kiosk deployment.

How self-service retail kiosks change consumer behavior

Self-service checkout technologies are expanding rapidly as shoppers gravitate toward the convenience, efficiency, and small lines that are provided by self-service retail kiosks. Based on a recent survey, 85 percent of Americans polled stated that they have used a self-service checkout kiosk.

Why retail robots are ridiculous

When it comes to the retail market in 2015, the key word is omnichannel. Consumers today need and want the ability to have a shopping experience their way, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we need to overstimulate them with alternative technology.

How generational differences impact thoughts on security and self-service

Knowing how millennials and Gen Z-ers feel about data security is a critical component to understanding how, and if, these individuals will be comfortable sharing sensitive data on a public facing device. How will generational differences influence self-service device usage and how can self-service change to accommodate those differences?

What is a kiosk anyway?

While the "phone" of today and the "phone" of 20 years ago share the same name, they are completely different in practice. We’re seeing the same transformation with kiosks. What once were clunky, single-function machines are now flexible, omnichannel experiences.

'Create your own taste' kiosks on the menu for the Golden Arches

Customers can now craft their own burgers with McDonald's new "create your own taste" touchscreen kiosks. This is part of McDonald's initiative to boost lackluster sales.

How digital technologies are curing menu-labeling headaches

The technology that drives digital signage menu boards and self-ordering kiosks inside restaurant locations today is being used to maintain nutritional information disclosures in real time.

The self-service kiosk – one of the key elements of the micro market concept

Micro markets can be described as a convenience store at the office, one that provides lunch, snacks and drinks that employees can purchase. What makes micro markets so unique, is not only the convenience of an accessible and often healthy lunch option, but the fact that they utilize a self-service model.

Millennials and Gen Z-ers: how generational differences impact the kiosk market

Kiosks traditionally serve the purpose of allowing customers to check out or access information without the assistance of a customer service representative. They should be viewed now, more than ever, as an additional piece to the customer service puzzle.

What do millennials want from kiosks?

Business should not fear millennials, for their needs are much simpler and easier to understand than one might think.

The future of kiosk security is now

Kiosk expert blogger offers a look at the rise of biometrics in kiosk security.

Health care solutions developed with the patient in mind

It can be argued that the underlying premise of patient management is to provide answers and implement solutions to the question – "How can a patient's experience of the health care system be improved?" Therefore, any solution developed should be based on the patient's well-being, comfort and convenience.

Not every problem can be fixed with a hammer

Find the right tool for a problem, or use the wrong one and risk creating more issues to solve.

Is self-service the future of banking?

With the trend toward consumers now banking online, on their phone and at the ATM, are there digital signs of life left in the bank branch?

Merchandising for the Connected Consumer

Who is the Connected Consumer? With a constant connection to the web and social media via a smart mobile device, the connected consumer is an informed shopper actively seeking the best value for a desired good.

Apple Pay and interactive kiosks

The next wave of major innovation to self-service kiosk solutions is the integration of mobile payment solutions, such as Apple Pay.

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