Entertainment Overview

Having a theater can be a profitable venture. No matter the amount of choices for viewing movies at home — lots of folks still need that big-screen movie-viewing experience. But just like every business, daily operations pose challenges. A self-service kiosk can’t just help to address these challenges, but also provide substantial benefits. Here’s a sample of just a few of the benefits of self-service kiosk technology in a theater environment.

  • Shorter ticket queues: Installing a self-service kiosk on your cinema’s lobby permits for line-busting. Rather than getting tickets at a ticket window, movie-goers rather can decide to create ticket purchases in the kiosk, using touchscreen-based prompts to guide them through the purchasing and payment procedures and instantly printing their tickets. A self-service kiosk also shortens ticket queues by allowing customers to book and pay for their tickets on the internet, and print them out when they arrive in the theater.
  • Easier concession coordination: Coordinating food prep at the concession stand may be a hard task for cinemas, even though there are lots of workers behind the counter at any single juncture. Things become even more complicated when hot foods, such as hot dogs, chicken tenders, pizza, and other cuisine are additional into the concession menu alongside such favorites as candy, popcorn, and soft drinks.

Entertainment Applications

Interactive digital signage kiosks are a technology staple for displaying relevant information and engaging patrons in Retail and across several other key industries. Intelligence-enabled signage allows retailers to interact with consumers, providing relevant and targeted ad content and information. KIOSK offers interactive digital signage kiosks with sophisticated artificial intelligence features to help deployers maximize the return on their signage investment and enhance today’s omnichannel shopping experience.

A self-ordering kiosk gives guests the power to order and pay by themselves – kind of like a sophisticated vending machine, but for meals. These systems usually consist of a touchscreen (often a tablet) equipped with an easy-to-use digital interface. Restaurants that introduced kiosks experience an average 5% to 6% lift in sales due to changes in customer behavior. This enhances order accuracy and provides flexible staffing

Take the chaos out of waiting by providing relevant queuing information. Show your guests their queue status in a real-time waiting list, and call them forward when you are ready for service. Improve visitor wayfinding through attention-grabbing notifications. Alert customers of their turn, and direct them to the right point of service and the right service agent.

A POS system refers to the combination of hardware and software required to accept and process different forms of digital payments. The hardware includes a card acceptance machine and the software handles the remaining payment methods, processing and other peripheral value added services. Today, modern POS systems come in various shapes and sizes, and are equipped to accept all forms of payments

A self-ordering kiosk gives guests the power to order and pay by themselves – kind of like a sophisticated vending machine, but for meals. These systems usually consist of a touchscreen (often a tablet) equipped with an easy-to-use digital interface. Restaurants that introduced kiosks experience an average 5% to 6% lift in sales due to changes in customer behavior. This enhances order accuracy and provides flexible staffing.