imageHOLDERS designs tablet kiosk for FingoPay finger vein reader
imageHOLDERS has designed a secure enclosure to integrate Sthaler’s finger vein reader, FingoPay, within a floor standing expo, with a branded front panel and shelf to sit the finger vein reader.
The secure tablet kiosk integrates the Linx 10 Windows based tablet from Exertis, providing users with a secure way to join FingoPay and the branded graphic panel highlights the key USPs of the solution.
According to a company statement, imageHOLDERS have been working closely with Sthaler to securely enclose the finger vein reader within a variety of different secure tablet kiosks, including wall mounted and counter mounted variations, which have been used at multiple promotional events.
“The imageHOLDERS tablet kiosks are a great way to offer Fingopay embedded within an integrated solution, alongside a tablet or touch screen,” commented Nicholas Dryden, CEO, Sthaler. “Fingopay is an ideal payments solution for retailers – for both point-of-sale purchases, and as a digital loyalty solution which can identify repeat customers and apply loyalty rewards accordingly. We look forward to continuing our relationship with imageHOLDERS.”
In September, Sthaler’s Fingopay technology was installed at a campus convenience store at Brunel University London. The biometrics payments company is backed by Hitachi and is partners of Worldpay.