10Federal Self-Storage & Self-Service Kiosks

Advanced Kiosks interviews client Brad Minsley, CEO of 10Federal, for a case study on kiosks in the self-storage industry. Kiosks can improve differentiation, profit, and customer satisfaction for self-storage facilities by automating simple tasks. 

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Advanced Kiosks




Self-Service Technology Buyer's Guide

This guide is a one-of-a-kind document meant to give people curious about self-service hardware, software, or some other type of tech, a clear idea about what to do when looking for a solution.

Type: Guide

Sponsor: Advanced Kiosks




Opportunities for Self-Service Technology in 2017

The upcoming year promises to be an active one for kiosks and similar self-service devices.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.


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Kiosks changing the game in more industries

A self-serve kiosk that eliminates the wait to order and pay for food at an employee cafeteria is only the latest example of how kiosks are changing established industries.

How self-serve kiosks can rescue corporate dining — part 2: how the solution came to be

While self-serve kiosks allow corporate dining locations to eliminate the cashier and improve the speed of service for customers, there had been no "off-the-shelf" solution - until now.

How self-serve kiosks can rescue corporate dining — part 1

The self-serve kiosk rewrites the economics of corporate dining.

Urban repopulation fuels 'smart cities' kiosks, Olea Kiosks report notes

The repopulation of urban centers has encouraged governments to improve access to transportation and various types of public information. Smart cities kiosks are playing a major role in this urban transformation.

Changing kiosk technology brings new verticals and applications, part 2: the pace accelerates

Evolving kiosk technology has accelerated innovation, creating more opportunities for kiosks to facilitate tasks for businesses and organizations. Part 2 in this series explores examples of emerging applications.

Changing kiosk technology brings new verticals and applications, part 1

Evolving technology and declining costs create opportunities for kiosks to serve more markets. Industry leaders are keeping a close eye on new verticals and applications in existing verticals.

Kiosk translates in sign language to assist hard of hearing customers

Juke Slot develops a kiosk that offers sign language for hard of hearing customers, a significant market with special needs. One customer's experience alerted the company to the need.

How self-serve kiosks get the orders rolling at Burger Boss

Burger Boss, a fast casual chain in Southern California, has found self-serve kiosks a great tool for engaging customers in creating their orders and in improving speed, accuracy and overall satisfaction.

How kiosks make Valentine's Day sweeter for florists, gift card merchants and others

Kiosks play an increasingly important role on Valentine's Day for florists, gift card merchants and others. For florists, Valentine's Day is the single busiest day of the year.

UFood Grill's self-serve kiosk recognizes customers' faces

UFood Gill's firsts stand-alone restaurant features a self-order kiosk that can remember the customer, thanks to facial recognition.

Micro markets: the self-service supermarket in the lobby

Micro markets are expanding rapidly across worksites and heavily trafficked areas because they provide a large variety of fresh and high quality food and refreshments to consumers eating on the run. The systems rely on self checkout kiosks and are far more popular with consumers than vending machines.

As functionalities expand, what is a kiosk? Readers want a better understanding

A reader survey indicates the majority of kiosk industry members believe the general public and the audience they market to does not sufficiently understand the term for the products and services the industry provides. As technology creates more uses, industry players think this is an important issue.

How Amazon Go is reinventing retail and its possible impact on self checkout kiosks

The Amazon Go store has no cash register or payment kiosk. Instead, shoppers scan themselves into the store using the free Amazon Go app, shop as normal, remove items from a store shelf, place items in a shopping bag, and leave the store. The items are in turn billed to an authorized Amazon.com account accompanied by a detailed email receipt.

What’s in store for 2017? Part 2: Mobile payments’ impact on kiosks will vary

Smart phones are driving an ecommerce revolution. While mobile payment can adversely affect the need for kiosks in some situations, most industry observers see mobile payments as another payment option that kiosk operators need to consider to meet consumer buying habits.

What’s in store for 2017? Part 1: Kiosks build on a strong foundation

With positive momentum carrying over from 2016, a healthy stock market and continuously improving technology, most kiosk industry observers are optimistic about their industry's growth in 2017. Government regulations are cited by some as a concern, along with the importance of proper executions of some of the new technologies being introduced.

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