Are Kiosks the Ultimate Convenience for Posts?
ATMs, gas stations, fast food… self-service kiosks are almost everywhere.
The promise of convenience is that it reduces the effort or anxiety required to do something.
A closer look at Canada Post's self-service kiosks
As part of its transformation plan, Canada Post launched a series of Concept Stores to meet changing customer needs. Each store has been equipped to be self-sufficient 24/7 and included a self-service shipping area, vending machines, parcel-boxes and even a changing room to try on newly received retail goods to allow for fast returns if the customer is unhappy with the item.
How post office kiosks are renewing the brand network
As consumers increasingly buy goods online, they need more access points and flexible opening hours to send and receive their parcels. Self-service kiosks help eCommerce consumers post parcels quickly, even out of standard post office hours.
Are kiosks suited to your post office?
Unexpected item in the baggage area? We all love self-service… when it works.
Post office self-service kiosk strategies - the dos and don'ts
Thinking of implementing a self-service kiosk in your post office? Escher has deployed kiosk solutions to some of the world’s largest postal operators. The following guidelines provide expert advice to ensure your kiosk project is a success.
3 types of self-service kiosks for posts
Remember the first time you tried a kiosk? Maybe it was a little awkward to use.
The rise of postal self-service kiosks
In first-century Egypt, Heron of Alexandria developed the first vending machine - a coin-operated 'Holy Water Dispenser'. You dropped in your coin and out came… holy water.
Changing the payments landscape for posts: emoney
Remember the Penny Black? For most of its history, postal transactions were cash based, as was most of society at the time.
Topics: Third Party
Postal epayments in developing countries
Electronic Postal Payment platforms are crucial for economic growth in today’s digital society. However, while payments enable the flow of money, the way we choose to pay, and the location from where we pay, is changing.
Topics: Third Party