What k-kiosks are and why you should you embrace them in your business

With the ongoing development all over the world, many economies are heading in the direction of working 24 hours in a day. As such, it becomes a difficult task to employ staff who can work round the clock. This is because with the 24 hour economy not fully operational, some hours of the day have lower numbers that make it inefficient to employ staff for these shifts. K-kiosk are designed to save your business from such troubles, and also increase efficiency during normal shifts which have relatively larger customer numbers.

What are k-kiosks?

Let us first look at the modern definition of a kiosk. A kiosk is a small structure with a screen that helps people to transact without speaking to a real person. An ATM machine or a ticket provider is a good example of a kiosk. K-kiosks are such high quality structures produced by renowned Korea company Koryo Digiworks Limited, and sold all over the world. The company focuses on both quality and design, to ensure the gadgets not only serve you nicely and for long, but also fit efficiently in your premises and give your business a face-lift in appearance. They produce both the hardware and software, meaning with them you receive a product that has gone through only one complete production process.

Depending on where and how your business is designed, there is a specific kiosk design to suit your needs.

Outdoor kiosks
These are bigger and usually wider to withstand outdoor conditions and also have an outdoor presence that attracts attention. They have large screens to accommodate text that can be read from some distance away. They also have a visor, notably absent in some other models, which helps text on the screen to be readable even in the natural light. Their large size and weight is also an adaptation to the roughness of the outside, as it prevents them from tripping in case of knocks.Indoor kiosks These are designed in a significantly different manner. One stand-out characteristic is that they are usually thin (or ultra-thin) to save on space inside the premises. They also have a smaller screen since they are meant for customers who have already come to your business, rather than attracting passers by. e.g to give service ticket numbers in a banking hall. They come in three categories:1. Stand-alone kiosks2. Wall-mounted kiosks 3.

Table-top kiosks
Specific tasks performed by all these types of kiosks include payment, identification, taking and sending photos and also product discharge.
What to look out for when choosing kiosks A good kiosk should be ale to increase the efficiency of you operation, while at the same time maintaining security of both data and products. This then calls for strength of both the hardware and software. The material of the body should be tough to resist weather destruction and/or vandalism. The interactive screen should be sensitive,responsive and still strong. Tempered glass is a good choice for a kiosk screen. The software should provide a friendly user interface so it is usable even by first timers. K-kiosks have over time continuously improved all these necessities through experience and extensive research, setting itself a the leading producer from which to choose. As a bonus, the ability of the photo kiosk solution helps you to cut on your advertising budget, with its ability to send photos to email and MMS. It couldn’t get any better!