POS Systems2022-11-15T21:19:11+00:00

Point of Sale (POS) Systems empower customers with more freedom over their shopping experience, and at the same time free up employees to focus on other tasks. Kiosks are quickly becoming popular as a point-of-sale product, like those you see at a supermarket for self-checkout. The kiosk is a highly versatile piece of business technology that, when properly utilized, can be used in a variety of ways to enhance the user experience and prompt a buying decision. Talk to a Valutrack Technology Specialist to learn more about how POS Systems provide an intuitive and interactive experience for your customers while giving you a competitive edge.

CC600 and CC6000 Customer Concierge Data Sheet

CC600 and CC6000 Customer Concierge

Put the ultimate concierge-style service at your customers’ fingertips with the CC600 and CC6000. Available in 5-inch and 10-inch models, these kiosks give customers the best of online and in-store shopping, with the convenient self-service capabilities they expect, and more. Support for the latest technology and a cutting-edge Android platform take customer engagement to a whole new level, while powerful tools make it easy to develop applications, integrate, deploy, and manage your kiosks.

Whatever your users are looking to do, count on the CC600 and CC6000 to deliver the best possible experience. You get the latest self-service platform — with Android Oreo, an ultra-powerful processor, a high-definition multi-touch display, Zebra’s industry-leading barcode scanning, and more.

Zebra’s Enterprise Mobility Development Kit lets you take full advantage of kiosk functionality, with a comprehensive set of APIs and sample code that simplify the coding process — reducing development time, effort and errors. With Enterprise Browser, a free Mobility DNA tool, you can build feature-rich web apps or run your existing web apps.
A slim design, standard VESA mounting, and support for Power-over-Ethernet make these kiosks easy to deploy anywhere you need them. Your IT department will find them easier to integrate and manage thanks to Zebra’s powerful Mobility DNA suite of utilities and management tools. And you can even manage your kiosks with AirWatch or SOTI MobiControl.
AML Monarch Data Sheet

Monarch Enterprise Self-Service Kiosk

The Monarch combines the power of an all-in-one computer with a barcode-scanning kiosk. Developed as a built-for-purpose device and engineered with industrial-grade components, the Monarch is an enterprise self-service kiosk that outlasts and outperforms consumer-grade devices deployed into challenging environments. Utilizing x86-64 architecture, the Monarch can run Windows 10, Android, or Linux operating systems.

The sleek design and capacitive touchscreen help facilitate an intuitive experience for any user. Power can be supplied over a Power-over-Ethernet equipped network, eliminating the restriction of having to place the device near a wall outlet.

The Monarch enterprise self-service kiosk can be utilized in a plethora of different industries. It brings the digital experience into the retail store, putting information at the immediate disposal of the consumer. Monarch enterprise self-service kiosks are also designed to be safely mounted on a wall, pole, or table in an industrial or hospitality environment

The Monarch-PE is a self-service kiosk solution impervious to cleaning solvents. This stainless steel solution is ideal in settings where the kiosk must be thoroughly cleaned to maintain high standards of hygiene.

AML Phoenix Data Sheet

Phoenix Self-Service Kiosk

The AML Phoenix is a full-featured, general-purpose mini kiosk with a wide variety of application possibilities. This small kiosk is powered by Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Pro and features a number of user input/output options, the Phoenix is perfect for a contemporary time-and-attendance terminal, a retail price-checking kiosk, an access control device, or a general-purpose kiosk designed to put information at the fingertips of the user.

The Phoenix self-service kiosk is the ideal small kiosk that can be used to scan ID badges or even barcodes directly from your phone. This quick and simple contactless process can be used to replace the unsanitary touch-based nature of fingerprint readers and keypad entry.

In retail stores, it becomes the perfect customer portal for price lookups, stock checks, gift card balances, and much more. In commercial or industrial applications, the Phoenix is an ideal time clock, an access control device, or a data collection terminal.

AML Firebird Data Sheet

Firebird Enterprise Self-Service Kiosk

The Firebird Enterprise Kiosk is an all-in-one Android computer with integrated barcode scanning. Firebird’s compact design is ideal for situations where a small footprint is desired. The smaller build of this kiosk gives users the flexibility to set up the kiosk in multiple locations throughout the facility, such as poles, walls, counters or endcaps. The Firebird self-service kiosk features a multi-touch capacitive touchscreen that allows for on-screen gesturing users are accustomed to in their personal devices.

The kiosk also features an RGB LED light bar for the device and scan status visual feedback. Firebird is powered by Android 8.1 running on an ARM octa-core processor at 1.8 GHz. Firebird’s powerful architecture is equipped to handle even the most demanding applications. Using consumer-grade devices becomes a financial headache for businesses in the long run as the cost to repair or replace parts isn’t cost-effective. Firebird was built with commercial-grade components made to withstand long-term continuous usage. At its core, the main functionality of Firebird is to act as a standalone stationary computer equipped with a 2D omnidirectional scan engine. This stationary kiosk is useful in many scenarios including scanning badges, gift cards, products, raw materials, and even tools used in the workplace. The optional camera also gives employees to interact with a camera for video or photographing purposes.

AML’s StoreScan price verification software is designed specifically for Firebird self-service kiosks and greatly simplifies the deployment of a retail price-checking solution. StoreScan uses a web API interface for its real-time price lookup. This interface is configurable and, in many cases, may be able to work with existing retailer web services with no software development required.

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