Why Thousands of Businesses Are Losing Out to Self-Service Technology

The future of America will be touchless… And it all starts with self-service technology. But this hasn’t been a new concept at all. If you remember Steven Spielberg's classic, Minority Report, Tom Cruise moves on a wall-sized digital display merely by raising his hands, which are black wireless gloves by the way. Remember how he motions in empty space to pause, play, magnify and pull apart videos with extensive hand motions and turns of his wrist? That movie took place in 2054 but the movie came out in 2002. Yet here we are in 2020 still wandering if self-service technology is worth it. Well, let’s take a deeper look at the facts.  

Hands off! Coming to Grips with self-service Technology

Employees, guests, and customers’ hands can become one of the major carriers of bacteria or Covid in the workplace. By decreasing the risks of microorganisms being spread by touching dirty surfaces, you can diminish the number of days lost to illness and increase overall work productivity. By using touchless or self-service technology you also cut the costs connected with sick days, sanitation failures, and even fines. Furthermore, by encouraging employee health and well-being, you can improve employee morale. Self-service technology brings a number of real-world benefits to your business:
  • Increased Health
  • Energy Savings
  • Productivity and Profits
  • Reduced Costs
  • Aesthetic Appeal
You can deploy these futuristic business development methods in every area of your business. Self-service technology enables you to ease one of the greatest health risks to your business. No matter what your actual budget is, you can deploy an efficient system that will improve the well-being and health of your employees, customers, and safeguard the reputation of your brand as well. Want to know how to install self-service technology in your business? Contact one of our experts today!