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In-Store Multi-Function Money Services Solutions at NRF Big Show 2014, KIOSK Information Systems

KIOSK Information Systems (KIOSK) will be exhibiting their newest Multifunction Money Services platform at the 2014 NRF Big Show, Booth #4101. The solution provides a holistic approach to self-service with customizable full-feature hardware, software, remote management, and services. It readily integrates with existing service infrastructures / ATM platforms to incorporate complementary, high-demand services including:

KIOSK's In-Store Multifunction Money Services Solution (Photo: Business Wire)

KIOSK's In-Store Multifunction Money Services Solution (Photo: Business Wire)

  • Money transfer
  • Check cashing
  • Bill payment
  • GPR card services
  • ATM
  • Optional services – top-up, advertising, loyalty

KIOSK CEO Tom Weaver affirms that “With the un-banked and under-banked consumer market at nearly $90B, the demand for expanded kiosk Money Services delivery is beyond evident. In addition to deep company investments in new Money Services solution features, we recently added a new KIOSK Financial Solutions Director, Barrett Jenkins, to provide an exceptional caliber of niche self-service expertise to this vertical market. We could not have asked for a sharper, more experienced executive resource to guide new KIOSK client success in custom multifunction deployments.”

Barrett adds, “The KIOSK Money Services solution addresses a long-term gap in the market. It layers advances in technology to provide truly applicable and convenient customer feature sets - which is ultimately the cornerstone of a solid ROI.” The retail-targeted solution is both XFS compatible and PCI compliant. These key foundations in combination with the highly customizable nature of component delivery features substantially shrinks solution development costs and eliminates the most common market entry hurdles.

The NRF solution software was created by Reevex, a best-in-class self-service financial application provider. Both KIOSK and Reevex will be demonstrating the flexible platform features key to driving secure money service transactions.

The NRF show model is configured for stand-alone in-store services, but can be customized for 24 hour unassisted or through-wall deployment needs. It plugs into the existing operations ecosystem for cash management and maintenance, and helps to liberate the traditional customer service desk from operationally challenging tasks.

KIOSK’s full NRF Big Show portfolio of retail self-service solutions includes financial services, lockers for site-to-store delivery and phone charging, endless aisle, loyalty, and automated retail delivery systems. Booth #4101.

About KIOSK Information Systems:

As the undisputed market leader in self-service solutions, KIOSK provides proven expertise in design engineering; application development, integration, manufacturing, and field support for even the most sophisticated self-service platforms. An exceptionally broad portfolio of standard and custom KIOSK designs are deployed among Top 100 Retailers and Fortune 500 clients in virtually all self-service vertical markets. ISO 9001:2008 certified processes ensure every solution provides superior field reliability, www.kiosk.com, 800.509.5471.

About Reevex:

Reevex is a leading provider of secure transactional self-service applications for the financial, retail, and hospitality industries. Reevex’s Dynamix Software Platform securely processes millions of transactions. www.reevex.com, 704.999.1611.

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