Portable kiosks create pop-up store

 
Jan. 5, 2011

Family Life, a non-profit ministry group, recently purchased 40 portable touch-screen kiosks from SeePoint, according to a press release. The group, which coordinates more than 150 marriage and family getaway events, hopes the kiosks will streamline product purchasing. The integration of these systems is vital for Family Life's sales, as its portability allows the comapny to be present at the point of purchase−solving any logistical problems while creating a seamless transaction, according to the release.

"We needed systematic point-of-sales systems to take with us on our events — that's why we went to SeePoint," said Doug Gulbranson, manager of Resource Center Operations at Family Life. "These systems not only make the sales purchase process easier for our workers, but our customers are more satisfied due to the quick and easy process."


Topics: Customer Experience , Interactive / Touchscreen , Retail , Transactional Kiosks , Transaction Processing


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