Micro Market POS Kiosk
Due to today’s technology, micro markets with customers using kiosks and cashless sales are seeing tremendous growth. Unlike a cafeteria, micro markets do not require a cashier, which reduces operating expenses and increases customer accessibility. Sales are completed with a value card that is replenished with cash or a credit card. Unlike a row of vending machines, the customer can purchase all items in one sale as opposed to paying for one item at a time. Also comprehensive reporting allows items to be replenished at the most remote customer site in a timely manner. CCR SpeedCheck POS self-entry kiosk meets today’s demands. The IBM kiosk is a highly visible, innovative device improving the food service experience and providing a fresh way for customers to select a wide variety of appetizing food item..
The Sales Order – The sale can be started by simply scanning your desired product. If you have multiple items, simply scan them. You can also enter non-scanning items like fruit by simply selecting it from the purchase options. Then just use a value card to complete the sale. You will be asked to scan your value card and as long as you have a sufficient balance, the sale will be completed. If your balance is low, that is not a problem; you can even add more funds at this time.
Value Card - All sales are completed by using the value card. This cashless environment reduces the use of coins, simplifies the operation as well as providing a more durable and serviceable solution. Cash as well as a credit card is used to replenish the value card. The customer can sign up for the value card at the kiosk. Name and other optional information like the e-mail address can be collected. You even have the option of providing an initial bonus dollar value on the card if the new user enters an email address, which is valuable marketing information. The customer’s balance is shown on the kiosk during the transaction as well as on the sales receipt.
Price and Nutritional information - Today's customer is more health conscious and our micro market kiosk can provide the information they need to make their food choice. At any time a customer can check the item’s price, as well as view nutritional and allergy information. Once the food item is selected; a summary description, price, detailed description, nutritional information, allergy information and even a product picture can be provided to the customer.
Complete sales reporting is not only available for every kiosk, but is available for every value card. Consolidated sales movement reports allow replenishment. Also buying reports are generated based upon on hand inventory. An export file can also be created for a warehouse picking system. If a customer questions their balance, you are able to show every item purchased, when it was purchased and where it was purchased. Also pricing can be changed and products added in real-time.
IBM AnyPlace Kiosk - This kiosk hardware unit is designed for higher reliability and longer life. The touch screen uses infrared technology, never requiring recalibration. Food cafes and micro markets cafeterias have limited space and high volume lunch periods. They require a POS solution that is retail-hardened for maximum reliability and up time. IBM units are tested to operate in a range of -40°C (-40°F) to 60°C (140°F) with electrostatic dis-charge tolerance to 15,000 volts, high volume liquids spills such as water/ carbonated beverages and radio frequency interference testing to ensure that systems can operate reliably near pagers and cell phones.
The Complete Solution - SpeedCheck Micro Market kiosks works with existing cafeteria POS systems. If needed, CCR offers a complete solution for your cafeteria with touch screen POS registers designed for high volume healthcare and corporate sites including CASHLESS features, payroll deduction, declining balance, resident stipend, volunteer stipend, cost center, department charges and secure credit card processing. We support single and multiple cafeteria campuses, cafes, coffee kiosks, gift shops, self-ordering kiosks, and wireless tablets for floor stock & guest ordering.