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Jun132012

Kiosks4Business are Designing Touchscreen Kiosks for Retail

Kiosks4business were approached by a well-known high street computer games retailer with a project to create a touchscreen solution for in-store purchasing while being future-proof for other development ideas. Having looked at products from their existing supplier they felt that the project needed a design more befitting their brand and after discussions we quickly provided a 3D render of three different design concepts along with indicative pricing.
Retail Touchscreen Kiosk from Kiosks4Business
The brief included widescreen display; multi-touch touchscreen; bar code scanner; Chip & Pin card reader with receipt printer; Headphone socket and integrated audio, and webcam. Starting with sign-off of the 3d renders our design team worked long hours to get the prototype drawings created and a prototype manufactured and delivered to the customer in record time. Kiosks4business’ software team were also put to the challenge by providing Chip & Pin integration software for the YesPay system.

Commenting on this, Kiosks4business Division Manager quoted “With four business divisions at Sequoia Technology Group, Kiosks4buiness are well positioned to be able to provide our customers both breadth and depth of technical assistance where needed. I have been really impressed with the speed and professionalism shown on this project by our designers and which has been well received by our end customer.”

By not using PC’s in the products, Kiosks4business are able to create more compact designs. The computing platforms used are based on industrial high-reliability boards but still run all of the applications that our customers need including Windows 7 and other Microsoft products. For customers looking to keep costs low, Ubuntu Linux is also offered as an option.

Following on from the early prototypes, Kiosks4business have also won the order to provide a small pilot run of kiosks for use in store.

Gill Dunstan (Business Analyst), commented “Chris and his team at Kiosks4Business were instructed by me to undertake and design a Retail Solution in very aggressive timelines. Chris went out of his way to ensure that he delivered an outstanding prototype and product for Go-Live and when hiccups occurred (due to ruthless timelines) Chris had a resolution within 24hrs. I cannot recommend Kiosks4Business and all the team highly enough for anyone looking for an entrepreneurial custom design product within the Retail space. Well done all..!”

If you are looking to use touchscreen kiosks in-store then get in touch and see what Kiosks4business can do for your project.

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