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Bill Payment Kiosks on the rise
Bill Payment Kiosk manufacturer AdComp / TELeasy, launches a unique concept. In partnership with empasys, we provide consumers to pay their bills using cash or credit card conveniently. Thousands of locations nationwide are going to be installed
Cellphone stores, grocery stores, laundromats, etc are all good locations for these kiosks. While the city of Plano wants to start using them for collecting water payments, Dallas county wants to use them for collecting property taxes.
The self service touch screen kiosks have the capabilities to accept cash, credit cards, debit cards, checks and give back change. Having processed millions of dollars worth of transactions each year for the past 4 years, TELeasy / AdComp is poised to be the front-runner in custom, turnkey bill payment kiosks. As credit cards are harder to get, most people are going to be looking at paying their bills in person, using cash. A kiosk is ideally suited for quick accurate transactions.
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About AdComp Systems / TELeasy: We provide turnkey kiosk solutions. Payment Kiosks are here to stay.... Cashiers are so yesterday. Payment kiosks reduce shrinkage, increase efficiency. Payment kiosks have no moods, always smiling. Paymenk kiosks - no sick leave, no raises, no bonuses required, no medical benefits. Our payment kiosks accepts cash, credit / debit cards, checks, dispense change and are available in indoor and outdoor formats. Our payment kiosks are multilingual, english-spanish being the most popular languages, although we've also done english and french too. Our kiosks are voice prompted and our kiosk software is user friendly and we provide everything from technical support programs to alerts and monitoring, web-based reporting and provide our customers with all the tools to accomplish a successful kiosk solution implementation. AdComp Systems has been developing kiosks solutions since 1989. Our experience and our expertise in this business is unmatched.
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