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.
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More than a quarter of U.S. households were unbanked or underbanked in 2011, which represents a key potential kiosk market.
Parking kiosk manufacturer Cale plans to integrate Apple Pay for its Cale WebTerminal kiosks.
Telecom and technology services company C-Spire has rolled out Source Technologies bill payment kiosk for in-store bill payments.
Blytheville, Arkansas, residents will now be able to pay their water bills at self-service kiosks, deployed by the city's water company, Blytheville Waterworks. They can check their accounts and make payments.
The strategic partnership will offer US consumers quick, easy and safe bill pay options at kiosks nationwide, the companies say.
ACI Worldwide, provider of electronic payment and banking solutions, announced a partnership with LD Systems, an international provider of ATMs, financial equipment and technology services.
USA Technologies Inc., a wireless, cashless payment and M2M/IoT solutions provider for small-ticket, self-serve retailing industries, announced a nationwide rollout of new acceptance points for Apple Pay
The MGiAlloy kiosk platform enables customers to independently stage a full range of financial transactions including money transfer, bill payment, check cashing, prepaid card top-up and more.
JCM Global has won a contract with SAGA Technologies to provide its TBV bill validator after a yearlong trial of the product inside SAGA's kiosk at more than 200 bank branches in Moscow.
Secure Bill Pay and Clearwave teamed up to offer health care providers a patient check-in solution designed to streamline the process and maximize revenue.
Baptist Health announced it selected PMMC, provider of revenue cycle-management solutions, for its software solution that will create estimates of patients' financial responsibility upon visit.
Financial transactions management solutions provider Source Technologies announced the company signed more than 100 new customers in 2014 for its magnetic ink character recognition printing and transactional kiosk solutions.
Amsterdam-based payment processing company ZebraPay has introduced bitcoin transactions with Coinzone.
Los Angeles cyber threat intelligence firm IntelCrawler has reported a new type of POS malware called “d4re|dev1|” that is attacking ticketing and other electronic kiosks.
Homestead, Florida-based Spartadata unveiled its Kiosks App for iPad, designed to accept payments, loyalty cards, membership cards, ID cards and simplify the kiosk process.
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Dublin, Ireland-based bank AIB is teaming up with NCR Corporation to install NCR financial software and kiosk solutions throughout its branches.