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Most observers expect self-service progress to continue in the restaurant space as both kiosk hardware and software evolve to make the ordering experience more intuitive.
Kiosk deployers and providers are encouraged by growing customer acceptance of self-service technology and expect 2018 to be an outstanding year.
The Hillman Group, a provider of hardware solutions for retailers and industrial customers, offers an "I.D. Spot" kiosk that allows pet owners to instantly create their own custom-engraved pet I.D.
The Kiosk Industry Group Association has formed an ADA committee and an ADA working group, according to a press release. The group will travel to Washington, D.C. in November to meet with the U.S.
As technologies evolve merging the physical with the digital, brands are finding new ways to meet customers' shopping needs in the store.
Although online shopping may be changing the retail landscape, there’s no substitute for the ability to touch a product before buying.
People are integrating technology into their everyday lives with increasing frequency and confidence. Today’s always-on, hyper-connected, technology-filled lifestyle has influenced consumer expectations and challenged businesses in nearly every industry.
A special report explores the growing interest by restaurants in self order kiosks. While determining return on investment poses challenges, the market is changing and restaurants must consider their options.
As more and more restaurant chains explore the use of self-order kiosks, the technology may be on the road to widespread acceptance.
Self-serve kiosks help consumers order and pay for meals faster, reducing wait times and allowing QSRs to serve more customers faster. As a result, national QSR chains are speeding up self-serve kiosk deployments.
The upcoming year promises to be an active one for kiosks and similar self-service devices.
More and more, retail displays are seeking to create a multisensory experience to get their message across.
Mobile technology has grabbed the limelight due to rapid consumer adoption, but restaurants and hotels continue to invest in kiosks as well as mobile order-and-pay. Will the two technologies compete or complement each another?
With design, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Despite that fact, there are still design principles you need to keep in mind to make your kiosk take the market by storm, especially in the retail sphere.
Frank Mayer and Associates Inc. has partnered with entertainment company Embed to manufacturer interactive game card kiosks. The kiosks provide a ticketless family entertainment product.
Now, select Best Buy customers will be able to see 3D printers in action with new 3D printing kiosks designed as a partnership between kiosk manufacturer Frank Mayer and Associates Inc and ROBO 3D.
To reach today’s connected consumer, the quickest — and smartest — path to purchase is not a straight line. While the classic path-to-purchase model dealt only with the time when consumers were actually in active shopping mode, thanks to the Internet, smart phones and other technology, it’s tough to find a time when people are NOT shopping.
The Shell Fuel Rewards kiosk program, developed by Frank Mayer and Associates, recently won an award for Best Retail Deployment at the ICX Association Industry Excellence Awards.
Are you thinking of initiating a kiosk or interactive merchandising program? In order to achieve appropriate budget parameters, you must set clearly defined goals. The purpose of this paper is to give all parties a framework to think about the important first steps.
Frank Mayer and Associates Inc. have partnered with game developer Creative Kingdoms to create interactive gaming kiosks for children. Children will be able to play a variety of games on the kiosk, including mini games and an interactive scavenger hunt.