IBM unveils Kiosk technology for small retailers

Published Date
22 - May - 2008
| Last Updated
22 - May - 2008
 
IBM unveils Kiosk technology for small retailers

IBM announced a new IBM AnyPlace kiosk model, that give small retailers access to advanced technology previously only available to large enterprises

IBM announced a new IBM AnyPlace kiosk model, affordable entry-level units that give small retailers access to advanced technology previously only available to large enterprises.
 
This latest addition to IBM's ultra-compact self-service kiosk line comes with reliable performance capabilities, an energy efficient design and retail-hardening, that allows it to be deployed quickly and easily in almost any environment.
 
Rahul Bindal, Vice-president, Industry Systems, Systems & Technology Group – IBM India/South Asia said, “A smaller version of the flagship IBM AnyPlace Kiosk, the new system, with its 15-inch screen, is an ideal solution for small independent retailers and departments of large enterprises.  It can be used for a variety of entry-level kiosk applications or as a compact point-of-sale system, allowing clients to provide greater service and an increased number of self-service options to customers.  In addition, the units are easy to install, easy to service and easy to manage, which allows for increased operational efficiencies in a clients business.”
 
The IBM AnyPlace entry-level kiosk also comes with an energy-efficient VIA processor and chipset, and built-in power management capabilities to help clients reduce power consumption and run essential applications quickly.  The new kiosk is geared toward specialty, food service, gas and convenience retail businesses, but can be used across multiple industries, including travel, transportation, hospitality and health care.


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