A kiosk can have multiple pages like a website, and can provide unlimited space to display all the information that the visitors may want to know about. Not only that, but the kiosk can record which information has been viewed and include statistics on the most popularly viewed information. Enabling an insight to the visitors to your venue and their interests.
The kiosks could take bookings and payments for entrance to the attraction and provide a fast track entrance. Kiosks on the entrance would help with busy times without the cost of recruitment and training of new staff.
As well as taking payments for entrance, the kiosks could also ask the visitor to ‘gift aid’ the payment and collect the information onscreen. The kiosks would always offer the visitor the opportunity to ‘gift aid’ and wouldn’t forget as might be the case with newly recruited staff.
Kiosks bookings might also extend to the visitors booking a table for dinner at an on site restaurant or booking a boat for the boating lake for example. Making visitors aware of other facilities on site and taking maximum revenue and boosting profits.
A kiosk, which isn’t currently being operated, doesn’t sit idle. As computers have screen savers that kick in after a specific time has lapsed, the internet kiosk has a set of advertisements that it can run whilst it is waiting for the next user.
The advertisements might be of attractions at the venue, or up and coming day events at the venue, visitors saving if they book events or if they buy a family ticket and alike.
However the kiosks could also have paid advertising from other local attractions and venues which would give a secondary income.
Out of hours the ‘shop window’ can become the kiosk. By using thru-glass touch screen technology windows can be transformed into huge interactive advertising boards where the kiosk can run its advertising set, or can be accessed as the in-house kiosk providing information about what is available at the venue.
Guest Books and Special Visitor Messages
The kiosks can also offer visitors the opportunity to write a message about their day at the attraction in the onscreen Kiosk. The guest book works as a great testimony tool to would-be visitors and their comments can be used in other marketing materials – in leaflets or on a website.
As a special functionality, the kiosk could take a photo of the kiosks users and they could select a backdrop to superimpose their image on to send it as a digital postcard to their friends and family. This would not only be a special functionality for visitors, but would also provide the opportunity for email capture and advertising the venue to third parties.
Please take a look at our standard range of kiosks each of which is designed to create a base layer upon which a wide range of additional options can be included. Kiosks4business approved options include chip & pin, bar code scanner, printers and much more.