Retail tech investment expectation bodes well for tool makers

A new Accenture Strategy report reveals greater tech investment by retailers could lead to $2.95 trillion in sales for technology makers. The reason? Retailers will be grabbing up new digital tools as consumers want and expect technology in the retail...

Consumers love tech in the brick-and-mortar retail experience

A new Bouncepad survey reveals U.S. consumers love stores that offer technology and they want more tech options in the shopping experience. The study results, as outlined in this infographic, cite that three out of four want more tech and say they are more likely to visit a retailer if wanted tech was available.

SlabbKiosks inks partnership to deploy EMV-enabled bill payment kiosks

Kiosk manufacturer SlabbKiosks has partnered with Ingenico Group to deploy EMV-enabled bill payment devices. SlabbKiosks will integrate Ingenico's payment system into its kiosks.

SlabbKiosks to display health care kiosks at HIMSS16

Kiosk manufacturer SlabbKiosks plans to showcase two of its health care kiosks at the healthcare conference HIMSS Conference & Exhibition at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

Report predicts kiosk market to reach $73 billion by 2020

The interactive kiosk market is expected to grow at a calculated annual growth rate of 9.2 percent from 2015 to 2020.

SlabbKiosks launches new site for OEM solutions

The site allows customers to see past custom kiosks and start the process of crafting their own custom solutions.

TriMas Corp. delivers benefits to employees with kiosks

TriMas Corp. delivers benefits to employees with kiosks

Manufacturing company TriMas Corp. has recently selected deployed kiosks to provide employee access to the company's benefits program.

Canadian hospital rolls out self-registration kiosks

Canada-based Health Sciences North is rolling out self-registration kiosks, developed by Slabb Inc, in one hospital in Sudbury, Canada, to improve patient experiences.

LA kiosk recycles foreign currency into gift cards, charitable donations

Los Angeles-based Leftovercash Inc. rolled out its first automated foreign currency conversion kiosk at the Northridge Fashion Center Mall in the San Fernando Valley.

Interactive Customer Experience Summit coming to Chicago in June

The conference will focus on technologies such as digital signage, self-service kiosks, mobile and tablets, as well as emerging technologies like beacons, virtual assistants and augmented reality.

Bermuda mall integrates mobile app, digital signage, wayfinding kiosks

Livewire Digital has integrated a new mobile app with its digital signage for Washington Mall in Bermuda to provide up-to-date information to shoppers and diners, according to an announcement. "We have to speak to our visitors in their language —...

Kodak extends photo partnership with Bartell Drugs

Kodak Alaris announced that it has renewed a multi-year agreement with Bartell Drugs, the oldest family-run drug store chain in the nation. According to the companies, the agreement enables Bartell's to provide consumers with a complete photo shopping experience, and...

Celerant unveils new browser-based retail management tool

Celerant Technology today announced at the NRF Convention & EXPO its new retail management system, Stratus Retail. According to the company, this entry into Celerant’s line of integrated solutions allows retailers the freedom to access the complete functionality of a...

Automated retailing kiosk lands in Detroit

AVT Inc. announced that its Utique Shop has deployed in the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Utique is an interactive, touch-sensitive, automated store that offers an assortment of luxury and personal items such as gifts, gadgets, electronics, and skincare items by high-end...

Retailer John Lewis rolls out new in-store tech for the holidays

The upscale retailer John Lewis, which operates 43 department stores throughout the U.K., has announced three new in-store technology initiatives it is taking for the "festive period." First, the company said it has become the first department store in the...

Walls + Forms introduces wireless retail kiosk

Walls + Forms, Inc. announced that it now has a wireless retail kiosk that is designed for cell phone and accessories display.

General Pants Co. goes multichannel with iPad kiosk plan

Australian retailer General Pants Co. announced its plans to deploy a fleet of in-store kiosks during a recent launch event in Sydney. According to an article on powerretail.com.au, the kiosks are iPad-based and blend "fashion shopping, social media and music...

Bartell Drugs rolls out book machine for in-store print-on-demand

Kodak Alaris announced Seattle-based Bartell Drugs will offer consumers a full-service digital-to-print media center for all their custom print needs, via On Demand Books' in-store Espresso Book Machine integrated with KODAK Picture Kiosks. According to the companies, this state-of-the-art center...

Calvin Klein taps Toshiba for in-store technology

Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions has announced that the fashion brand Calvin Klein has deployed its TCxWave solution in the brand's retail locations across Europe. The TCxWave allows retailers to use technology throughout the store to create a smooth shopping journey,...

Coinstar rolling out kiosks with PayPal integration

Starting this month, Coinstar users in California, Ohio and Texas can use the coin-counting kiosks to add money to, or withdraw money from, their PayPal account — a move that the company said furthers the convergence of brick-and-mortar and online...

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