payment kiosks Tag

If you’ve used an ATM or paid for parking at a roadside kiosk, you’re familiar with how kiosks can transform everyday transactions. Interactive kiosks – those backed with computer technology – have been around since the 1970s. In the 1990s, stores connected kiosks to phone lines to...

By Patrick Killik, Product Manager We are excited to announce multi-agency functionality for our kiosk solution—enabling multiple clients such as city governments and regional utilities to provide payment applications to their customers using the same kiosk network. At CityBase, we are interested in providing customers unprecedented in-person...

Payment technology has evolved significantly in recent decades: in addition to cash, Americans now have the option of paying their bills with checks, credit and debit cards, digital wallets, and even digital currencies. Under the right circumstances, it’s possible today to pay a utility bill...

Local government agencies are responsible for managing a host of payment-related tasks, including: Collecting taxes and fines Providing social benefits Managing driver’s licenses Registering new businesses These city services are essential, but managing them can be time-consuming and expensive if each touchpoint requires in-person...

For the most part, people don’t use their utilities independently. You can’t take a hot shower, for example, without water, gas (to heat the water), and electricity (to keep the lights on). The same is true whether you’re preparing food, doing laundry, washing dishes, or...

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