Self service has enjoyed a growing expansion internationally to the extent that industry business corporations have evolved to expand their product offerings. As costs are offset by demand, price structures from early days to now have made it increasingly affordable for businesses to invest and thus more small to mid sized businesses are launching their products, services and solutions by means of a self-service kiosk.
One such sector, that we have seen a rise and demand in, is in custom styled kiosks. Many manufacturers of hardware want to offer a self-styled touch to their finished product and be that in customisations of an existing product or otherwise a complete new design just for that client, more manufacturers are seeing a rise and meeting the demand. But what does it take to create a truly successful custom kiosk? Sadly, the majority lack the vision or experience to realise it.
Design is, in fact, second tier. Before a design can be created the partners, normally the client and the manufacturer, should ascertain the technical, user, environment and other relevant data that need to be considered and plotted into the finished design. Then, once that data is assembled, the next step is to identify a designer that is able to use this data together with their design experience and expertise to create some original sketches that once completed will act as a guide to a finished project.
For 14 years we have been creating and manufacturing kiosks of all types and sorts and for the past 7 years our services niched into providing custom designs. We have partnered with one of the youngest talented designers and together, working with many well known international clients, created more than 60 to date successful launches and, simply said, we have a track pedigree in taking a concept to reality and beyond the samples and pilots. But, true to a manufacturer, we have produced many thousands of machines that now today fulfill their roles in perfect synchronisation with its original requirements that set the mark.
Here are just a few:
Simplicity (Nordisk Film)
SFI (Kiber Pay)