Category: Interactive Kiosks

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Our Year In Kiosks Returns…Cheers to 2018!

It seems like at the beginning of every year we are amazed by just how quickly the previous year has passed and last year was no exception – 2018 seems like a blur. You know what they say about time, when you’re busy having fun. Last year was definitely a […]

QSR + Kiosks->Perfect, Shame-free Fit

This article was first published on LinkedIn on June 25, 2018 Kiosks work. They work well. To some…they work too well. Why? In his article Bruce Rasmussen of Ingenico logically spells out the WHAT of kiosks in the QSR space. The WHY…well that is up for interpretation and some somewhat-educated guessing. My guess is […]

Handle, Shoot, Pass, Defend….”SKATE?”

This article was originally published on LinkedIn Winter finally is over in New England (kind of) but playoff hockey remains, with two cold-weather teams fighting it out to face off against a warm weather juggernaut. Watching this saga unfold while in Chicago got me thinking about how fans from each region […]

The EMV Impact to Kiosk Operators and Owners

This article was originally published on KioskMarketplace.com. Is there ONLY one way they can be impacted?  Is this something that may adversely affect kiosk owners, even manufacturers, if they do not ensure their kiosks are EMV-enabled? To answer this, we may need to take a step back and analyse exactly what […]

Driving BLUE to Orlando HIMSS 2017

This article was originally published on LinkedIn BLUE CAR EFFECT – “the phenomenon by which you don’t notice how many blue cars are on the road until you buy a blue car yourself.” I felt a shift this year at HIMSS. Instead of: “WOW AWESOME – how does it work”; I […]

Modern Solution to a Classical Problem

This article was originally published on LinkedIn. I’m excitedly preparing for my yearly trip to a very particular and peculiar trade show. Although walking through a foot of snow on my way to Sunny Orlando is reason enough to get excited, there is something more important warming away the Massachusetts Winter […]

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