Retailer drives multiple applications on in-store kiosks

A top-three general merchandise retailer with over 1,400 stores nationwide has a history of using technology to drive sales, improve customer service, and create a sustainable competitive advantage over a larger and more aggressive rival.

Netkey Customer Case Study

Borders discovered that one of the most common pitfalls in delivering application content to multiple unattended devices such as kiosks or PC terminals is a lack of system security. High-traffic use of the Title Sleuth kiosks, combined with increasingly computer-savvy...

Netkey Customer Case Study: U.S. Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service has more than 500,000 employees without computers. How does an organization offer administrative services electronically to so many employees? The USPS has installed more than 600 self-service kiosks, powered by Netkey software, to give employees online access to human resources applications.

Multiple self-service systems, one software platform

A top general merchandise retailer with more than 1,500 stores in 47 states and a history of using technology to drive sales came to Netkey with a problem: The retailer wanted to deploy and manage separate in-store applications on a variety of hardware types, from kiosks to PC terminals.

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