Bradley Cooper is a Technology Editor for DigitalSignageToday.com. His background is in information technology, advertising, and writing.www
A sports arena is already an incredibly exciting place. With all that energy, how can digital signage contribute to the fan's excitement and experience? And how can integrators deal with all the issues and challenges that come with digital signage?
Amazon's success proves that those who understand their customers at a deep level will win. At a panel at the recent ICX Summit, Eric Schongalla, manager of retail systems at Carhartt, and Roger Starkweather, senior VP of sales and experiences at OpenEye Global, discussed how businesses can utilize data analytics and personalization.
When determining whether to integrate interactive elements into your digital signage, you need to consider content, cost and potential pitfalls.
Commuters at Union Station got a little more than they asked for when a recently installed display began to play porn videos.
The leaves are beginning to fall, and the heat is abating. Kiosk Marketplace is keeping the heat turned up with fresh stories on subjects ranging from digital signage to restaurants.
Summer vacation is over and students across the U.S. are heading back to class. For Kiosk Marketplace, summer school was in session for a variety of hot topics, including restaurant and loyalty kiosks.
As digital signage becomes more interactive, the line between kiosks and signage becomes more blurry. With this fact in mind, can digital signage and kiosks become ideal partners?
Kiosks in the restaurant sphere are a big hit due to their ability to draw in customers. One pizza franchise saw firsthand how effective a kiosk campaign can be when it helped drive a ROI of more than 2,000 percent.
If customer experience were a king, government offices would be the lowliest peasant. Omnichannel experiences can provide a much needed boost to their reputation, though, and kiosks provide a key component in the strategy.
This July, McDonald's turned up the heat with virtual kiosks and robot powered kiosks turned it back down with frozen yogurt. These were just a few of the stories that debuted on Kiosk Marketplace on July 2016.
QSR kiosks are all the rage these days, especially with McDonald's and other QSR giants jumping on the trend. Restaurant kiosks are now drawing in every demographic at a faster rate due to their ability to boost customer experience.
McDonald's just completed a makeover of a Singapore location and it is using virtual reality kiosks to show off all its improvements.
This month the top stories addressed topics that included keeping outdoor kiosks safe, marijuana kiosk operation and the question of whether kiosks will replace employees in restaurants.
With summer heat on the rise, people begin flocking to frozen treats for relief. One company is offering a kiosk solution that vends frozen yogurt with several flavors and toppings.
Some believe that kiosks are outdated and that virtual currency is used only by criminals. However, it's important to look at the bigger picture and see how these devices fit into the omnichannel pie.
This month, our top stories examined cannabis kiosks, QSR kiosks and kiosk problem-solving. And one asked whether restaurant kiosks are designed to replace workers.
As QSR giants begin to deploy order-taking kiosks, some people are asking whether the devices will replace employees. With questions like this, it's important to keep the role of the restaurant kiosk in mind.
Indoor wayfinding can still be a challenge. However, with new beacon technologies, retailers can provide wayfinding solutions while gathering valuable analytics.
In April, marijuana enthusiasts lit up for '420' celebrations, so it's appropriate that a feature about cannabis kiosks was the most-read story of the month.
Marijuana advocates have made headway legalizing the drug in several states. However, banks still refuse to get involved. To deal with this problem, several companies have deployed self-service kiosks that accept cash or virtual currency.