As consumer behavior evolves, the ability to use payment cards in a range of unattended terminals is no longer simply a desire, but an expectation. This infographic reveals the results of a survey conducted among US, British and Australian adults.
The rapid rate at which Human Resource departments are evolving is forcing a paradigm shift in HR professionals who have often assumed the roles of compliance managers, benefits administrators, paperwork processors, policy and procedure educators and recruiters...
Brands really can't treat any of their customers like they’re all alike anymore, not just the millennials, especially now that the technology is available to enable brands to treat them all more and more like individuals.
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.
Numerous factors are influencing the rapid growth of EV charging stations. Faster charging technology is expanding options for property owners interested in installing chargers. Various business models have also emerged.
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.
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.
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.
Top read stories in November demonstrated the diverse interests of the KioskMarketplace reader audience. Topics covered a wide scope of retail segments, including supermarkets, ATMs and health care establishments.
Card issuers agreed this past summer to postpone EMV liability for transactions under $25, but when the liability starts to take effect again next year, merchants that have not deployed EMV-compliant systems will once again face chargebacks.