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Kodak Moments launches touch-free kiosk News 

Kodak Moments launches touch-free kiosk

Kodak Moments has announced a touch-free photo-printing kiosk solution for retailer partners. The touch-free technology is already enabled on the company’s Kodak Moments To Go kiosks and can be retrofitted into current Kodak Moments retail products. To use, consumers scan an on-screen QR code and go through the ordering process on their mobile device. Payment and photo fulfillment are then... Read More
Kiosk Manufacturer Association announces product listings for COVID-19 self-service News 

Kiosk Manufacturer Association announces product listings for COVID-19 self-service

The Kiosk Manufacturer Association announces specific product listings for coronavirus-related self-service assistance. Tailored specifically for coronavirus product offerings are the following: Temperature kiosks for screening and fever detection. Over 20 solutions to choose from and they range from less than a $1000 to more than $25K depending on regulatory approval and accuracy. Outdoor kiosk solutions for temperature check, ticketing and screening. Kiosk... Read More
Holo Industries develops contactless-touch holographic products for germ-free interaction New Products 

Holo Industries develops contactless-touch holographic products for germ-free interaction

Convergence Promotions has developed a line of contactless-touch holographic products allowing users to interface with keypads, touch-screens, displays, and other interactive devices in mid-air. The contactless-touch holographic products will be released in North America and Europe under the brand Holo Industries. The contactless-touch holographic systems are only possible through a pairing of Neonode Touch Sensor Modules (based on the Neonode zForce optical sensing technology), the... Read More
Talking kiosks with Kodak Moments’ Michael Graham Feature News Opinion 

Talking kiosks with Kodak Moments’ Michael Graham

Kodak Moments, the consumer-focused brand from Kodak Alaris, recently introduced the smaller footprint M1 photo kiosk. In spite of the rather snarky media writeups, the photo kiosk business is still viable for retailers looking to offer a low-cost, self-service option. Despite all the changes since the 2012 bankruptcy of Eastman Kodak Co. and subsequent spin-off of Kodak Alaris as the... Read More
Generation NEXT announces $3.0 million of revenue recognized in April 2019 results Earnings reports News Press releases 

Generation NEXT announces $3.0 million of revenue recognized in April 2019 results

Company Installed 76 New Kiosks at an Average Revenue of $40,000 Per Unit SAN DIEGO, CA, May 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – Generation NEXT Franchise Brands, Inc. (OTCQB: VEND) announced its monthly results for April today showing the fourth month in a row of revenue growth. April’s revenue was approximately $3.0 million on 76 deliveries of Reis... Read More
Xerox launches instant-print kiosk for businesses New Products Press releases 

Xerox launches instant-print kiosk for businesses

NORWALK, Conn. —  Venues, businesses and campuses frequented by mobile technology users can now generate a new revenue stream with the Xerox Instant Print Kiosk. The kiosk offers fast and easy access to popular cloud services and common printing, copying, scanning and faxing applications, making it the ideal self-serve solution for those on the go. Launching the Instant Print Kiosk is one... Read More
Analysis: Are Costco photo lab closures an indicator of a wider trend? News Opinion 

Analysis: Are Costco photo lab closures an indicator of a wider trend?

Mass retailer participation in a category is considered a key indicator of the overall vitality of the category. Mass retailers have access to the best analytics, and make data-driven decisions. When a high-profile retailer decides to change space allocation or even exit a category, it sends ripples across the industry. For example, Best Buy recently announced the cessation of in-store... Read More
Kodak missed the point of the PR moment Marketing Opinion 

Kodak missed the point of the PR moment

Kodak Alaris recently posted a press release about its new Kodak Moments marketing scheme. There was a time when Kodak “got” the point of the press release was to convey useful information, not dwell in a marketing-speak rathole. Kodak PR pros were literally the gold standard of the business; with this release, there wasn’t even a press contact person. As... Read More
Fujifilm announces new GetPix kiosk software solution with photo transfer app and updated features New Products Press releases 

Fujifilm announces new GetPix kiosk software solution with photo transfer app and updated features

Valhalla, N.Y., May 15, 2017 – As the leader in imaging innovation, FUJIFILM North America Corporation announced the launch of the new and improved GetPix kiosk software solution. This software boasts seamless wireless transfer with the FUJIFILM GetPix transfer app, as well as hundreds of updated greeting card templates with a modern and updated feel. The new GetPix app makes... Read More
A look at the kiosk trends of 2013 Marketing News 

A look at the kiosk trends of 2013

Our quotes in the Kiosks go SoLoMo: A look at the trends of 2013: “Gary Pageau, principal at InfoCircle and blogger for Kiosk Marketplace, said that retailers with photo kiosks have also benefited from the success of mobile with the use of geo-fencing. Retailers struggling to justify a fleet of kiosks, with the attendant updates, upgrades and maintenance, may find... Read More