SlabbKiosks acquires Phoenix Kiosk and RedDotNet
SlabbKiosks, a kiosk manufacturer, has acquired Phoenix Kiosk and RedDotNet for an undisclosed sum, according to a press release. Phoenix Kiosk brings a line of American-made kiosks, including table and floor series models, while RedDotNet specializes in more compact commercial grade units.
"We are very excited about the new additions to the company which will allow us to extend our product line by including the current kiosk models of both companies," Peter te Lintel Hekkert, president of SlabbKiosks, said in the release. "It will be a great benefit to our customers as they can now choose from a wider selection of high quality kiosk designs along with superior support, sales and management from the experienced and dedicated team at SlabbKiosks."
The two companies will operate under the SlabbKiosks management team. However, Phoenix Kiosk and RedDotNet products will continue to be marketed under their own brands.
The acquisition brings two industry veterans from RedDotNet.
Scott Johnson, RedDotNet’s former president, is an entrepreneur who led a group of investors to acquire RedDotNet in 2012 and also founded a computer service parts company that he built it into a full-service technology company.
Brian Horsley, RedDotNet’s former CTO, brings experience in product design, desktop application software programming, web/cloud-based software management and project management.
The acquisitions will enhance SlabbKiosks' manufacturing capabilities of standard and customized kiosk units.