Produced by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. each self-service DMV kiosk is a sturdy bank ATM-style enclosure, and engages customers in a user-friendly environment incorporating touch screen technology with high resolution graphics. Using graphics and audio instructions to assist the customer, instructions are provided to consumers with directions on how they can process the available individual transactions. These DMV kiosks employ various security features such as tilt switches, intrusion detection switches, separate locking compartments, individual locking devices, a level one safe, CCD camera, and the ability to interface with building and other exterior alarm systems to provide the highest level of security.
All transactions on the kiosk are processed using debit and credit cards, cash or checks. Units with cash acceptance capabilities can provide paper and coin change.
Terri Carter of the Nevada DMV stated, “The California DMV Self-Service terminals have been extremely successful, far exceeding our usage expectations. We have consistently received positive feedback from consumers on the ease of use, customer friendly screens and transaction time speed.”
Placed in sporting venues, Frank Mayer's goCharge mobile charging stations are keeping consumers charged up. Designed and produced as a stand-alone floor model, the cell phone charging station accommodates a variety of mobile devices including smartphones, iPads and tablets.
David Anzia is Senior Vice President-Sales for Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. With twenty-plus years at FMA, David has been instrumental in developing and nurturing numerous long-term account relationships that have contributed to the company’s success.