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New foodservice technologies — including self-order kiosks, mobile ordering and EMV-enabled payment systems — are being introduced at a rapid pace. Operators with existing POS investments need to be able to integrate new capabilities into their existing systems.
Restaurants that have deployed self-pour technologies have found the systems reliable and easy to use. The technology, which charges by the ounce, allows restaurants to capitalize on the popularity of craft beer.
Pizza truck entrepreneur Bob Stephens reasoned that self-serve kiosks make sense for food trucks, but he had difficulty finding one. He managed to locate a developer who was able to provide a solution for an affordable price.
Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston installed wayfinding kiosks to improve the hospital experience for patients, staff and visitors, and to convey a clear and fully formed brand message about the medical center and its staff.
In planning their first fast food restaurant, the partners recognized that self-order kiosks would make the ordering process more efficient and allow the employees to spend more time interacting with guests to ensure an enjoyable dining experience.
The National Automatic Merchandising Association trade show floor featured POS equipment tailored to a consumer who is comfortable with mobile payment, and other technologies such as advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence, robotics, biometric identity verification and digital signage.
The 2018 Kiosk Marketplace Census Report confirms a positive outlook for the self-serve kiosk industry, giving statistical insight into the customer segments that self-serve kiosks serve and identifying the the various technologies that kiosks are using.