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Re: Why The World Shouldn't Rage Against the Machine
Posted by stigkl on 2007-01-07 02:40:07
In reply to Sonia Arrison
As an individual who has worked numerous years in the kiosk industry, going back to 1999 I have seen a 10 fold of interest for kiosks and self service growth. Its a very emerging market sector for IT technology and the consumer world. We offer flexible solutions, we recently as example have seen the rise and popularity of our T5-D DVD Movie Box kiosk and how the consumer is grown in numbers using these devices to purchase the nights entertainment. KT Technology see http://www.kioskterminals.eu designed and manufactured a kiosk device which was so simple that even the non techie of us could use its simple step by step instruction, and with sales already increased twice fold in the past quarter we can see that consumers are keen to interact with technology, for a host of reasons.




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Re: Why Americans Shouldn't Rage Against the Machine  Sonia Arrison  2007-01-07 02:34:57
Re: Why The World Shouldn't Rage Against the Machine  stigkl  2007-01-07 02:40:07
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