"Lucidiom’s APMs are custom designed to help retailers capture digital profits right from the start," said Lucidiom President and CTO Steve Giordano, Jr. "Our sleek Lucidiom APM 1100 features the biggest touchscreen in our series of APM countertop models, providing retailers new options when setting up digital photo cafés in their stores. Our retailer clients on average make enough profits from our Lucidiom APMs that they’ve more than paid for the Lucidiom APM within three months.Three months is a pretty impressive time until ROI, and if true, probably represents one of the shortest interactive kiosk ROI times that I've heard of.
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Lucidiom has released a cool-looking new photo kiosk, according to this article at Lets Go Digital. The biggest draw is the 17" LCD touchscreen, which they claim is the largest offered on any photo kiosk. While not directly relevant to this kiosk, I thought this quote was pretty interesting:
Posted by Bill Gerba at 10:41 AM