Escher secures self-service kiosk contract with leading postal operator

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Escher Group, a provider of outsourced, point-of-service software, has been awarded a contract to supply its self-service kiosk solutions to a leading postal operator.

The self-service kiosk stations can operate 24/7 in an unattended environment and feature a user-friendly and intuitive interface to assist new customers who are unfamiliar with the technology. The kiosks also incorporate cuboidal technology for three-dimensional scanning of parcels to measure volume as well as weight. The solution will allow customers to process parcel dispatches, acceptances and drop-offs, as well as label printing and payment. By introducing Escher’s kiosks, the postal operator is meeting its customers’ need for a post office that is always open.

Liam Church, CEO for Escher, said, “We are delighted to be working with a new top tier postal operator. We believe that offering service at multiple touch points is an integral part of doing business in today’s demanding retail environment.

“Self-service kiosks will play a big part in how postal operators redefine their point of service locations over the next five years.”

“This type of innovative and fully operative 24-hour self-service kiosk reinforces Escher’s dedication to being at the forefront of technology in the industry.”

September 2, 2015

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