In the retail industry, competition has forced many business owners to differentiate themselves from their competitors, by offering unique products and services. It’s all about adding value, and businesses striving to do this often overlook an affordable, low maintenance alternative – the bill payment kiosk.
Apple Pay already has jumped to the forefront of mobile payments in its short lifespan, and it appears ready to make the jump into kiosks as well.
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?
The next wave of major innovation to self-service kiosk solutions is the integration of mobile payment solutions, such as Apple Pay.
Dispensing bills greatly increases the complexity of the device and the logic required by your kiosk application in order to gracefully complete a cash transaction.
Apple intros mobile wallet capabilities that combine NFC, Passbook and Touch ID. Company has support from banks, major card issuers and retailers.
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Apple Pay, which is set to launch in the U.S. in October, uses a secure element in the phone to store card information. It eliminates the need for a mag stripe, instead generating a single-use, unique number for each transaction.
PayToo's CEO Michel Poignant discusses the company's kiosk launch and plans for the future.
Kiosk Marketplace surveys the money-transfer and remittance industry's self-service and kiosk landscape.