Bill payment kiosks provide customers with a secure transactional solution and provide new ways to improve customer service.
While many businesses are eager to join self-service, there are a number of factors that need to be considered before deciding to invest in a self-service payment plan.
Below, we list the five most common questions when considering a bill payment kiosk.
given that “bill payment” are already in the name, kiosks can also support many different types of payments.
For example, more traditional use cases include tuition collection, rent payments, and bill collection. However, advanced self-service technology allows kiosks to issue tickets, print documents and encode cards to meet the needs of different industries.
For example, what customers expect is to scan and purchase tangible items?
Is the kiosk being used to sell a service, pay for a bill, or will the kiosks be used to expand the shelves by selling more products than a business can carry in store?
You may need to protect users from fraud. EMV is a global standard for verifying credit cards using chips to authenticate transactions. PCI is the industry data security standard, the purpose is to ensure that all companies can accept.
Processing, storage or transmission of credit card information to maintain a secure environment. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) may be used to ensure additional security rules.
system performance management, system security,extensive component support and allows to configurate all major credit / debit cards.
Hardware: What are the hardware requirements?
Use cases, business models, security, and software determine which devices and components are needed to ensure the success of the bill payment kiosk. Comprehensive software will allow the integration of a large number of inventory components.