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365 Retail Markets launches MM6 Mini kiosk

Retail technology company 365 Retail Markets has announced the launch of a new self-service kiosk, the MM6 Mini, for dining and micro market applications. In a statement announcing the launch, 365 Retail Markets said that two types of kiosk technology have existed in the market for Food Service Operators (FSOs) until now – cheap tablet-sized solutions targeted to smaller spaces, and full-sized kiosks that address premium, high-touch and high-traffic locations. With the launch of the MM6 Mini, the company aims to balance flexibility and consumer experience to provide FSOs with a “middle ground” and enable them to better serve a broader range of location types without compromising customer satisfaction. The MM6 Mini is a compact point-of-sale with a 15.6 inch display, suited for midsize locations and as part of a ‘cluster’ of additional Minis to improve throughput in larger spaces. According to 365 Retail Markets, the MM6 Mini can help operators to cut down service time and drive additional income through digital advertising services powered by Advana. The 365-user interface for dining was enhanced to offer new capabilities including nutritional insight, upsell recommendations, order ahead and custom orders. For micro markets, the interface has easy item look-up for items without barcodes, highlights transaction detail and guides consumers through transactions. Operators with the two concepts adjacent can use a single kiosk for both market and café purchases. Boris Amegadjie, chief product officer for 365 described the MM6 Mini as the ideal solution for catering to workplace refreshment services in an evolving work environment. He commented: “Equipped with a flexible size that accommodates any setting and a remarkable combination of affordability and performance, operators are poised for successful outcomes wherever they take their business”.


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