The Transaction Access Point (TAP) was developed for Touchmart in 2008. It enables the public at large to access a very broad range of products and services at their convenience and using payment methods that are accessible to them. Until now the vast majority of South Africans have been excluded from convenient access to online transacting. The TAP enables any store owner or entrepreneur to provide their customers with a significant array of additional products and services and to potentially generate additional revenues there from. The solution has been locally designed; developed and manufactured specifically to meet the requirement of the local market, but has significant potential in other developed and developing countries. It also won an SABS design for excellence award. Click the image to view the full un-cropped product.
The Oscar ATM kiosk is a one stop shop self service terminal which allows customers in a wide range of locations to purchase a pre defined and broad range of products, services and information. Oscar uses a touch-screen to provide customers with an easy to use and multilingual method to interact with service providers in real time. it was designed for Touchmart in 2007 and won an SABS award the same year. Click the image to view the full un-cropped product.
Due to legislation in Tokyo banning cigarette advertising in 2003, Lucky Strike required a new approach to promote their brand. The result was a series of events based around the above 'Pod' concept, which through a touch screen, allowed group interactive gaming and role playing all under the banner of Lucky Strike. Click the image to view the full un-cropped product.
The Super connector developed for the cigarette brand Peter Stuyvesant in 2001 as is at the core of a brand awareness campaign. The product acts as a central terminal, which when placed at various locations allows signed up users to communicate via email, SMS and view pictures of current or previous social events. Click the image to view the full un-cropped product.