I’ve heard this countless times when talking to potential customers and it’s probably what you’re thinking right now.
Many customers get uncomfortable when we begin talking about money when it comes to their custom kiosk project. This is because there is a common misconception that the development firm determines the cost of the project.
The reality is that when you’re dealing with a custom kiosk project (custom is the key word here, meaning not an off-the-shelf solution) the majority of the cost is determined by the selections you make.
Interesting read on why cashless payments are not always cheaper or more efficient.
In recent years a debate has been taking place in the developed world about the utility of bank notes and coins, with several commentators suggesting that cash will disappear in about ten years.
Research by international payments industry expert Guillaume Lepecq, however, shows that the demand for bank notes and coins has continued to grow at a significant pace around the world, in parallel with electronic payments.
What explains this durability and why should the use of cash be encouraged when alternative payment systems are gaining currency? Lepecq discusses these issues with Kanika Datta
In this article I’m going to show you how to automatically log into an ASP.NET website running on a kiosk.
This comes in handy when you’re reusing your existing website and want to host it on a kiosk, but want to automate the login process. Often times in this scenario it doesn’t make sense for the user to log in manually.
A common question I hear is “how can I put my PowerPoint presentation on a kiosk?” While PowerPoint does have a “kiosk mode” it’s not secure enough for an unattended environment like a self-service kiosk.
A fairly simple workaround is to take advantage of the free Google Docs service which allows you to view your PowerPoint presentation from a web browser.
Once your PowerPoint presentation is published to the web in Google Docs it’s simply a matter of using kiosk software to lockdown your kiosk and prevent malicious user tampering.
We work with many of our clients on an hourly basis so I wanted to share some tips on how you can save on development costs and get great results working with hourly based software developers,
In the first part of this three-part series on working with hourly software developers we addressed some frequently asked questions. In part two we covered several tips for working with hourly based developers to ensure that your project is a glowing success.
In this third and final part of our three-part series we’re going to cover our final four tips to help ensure the success of your project.