Air Canada more than three years ago partnered with Qwick Media to deploy a powerful network of 18 touchscreen phone and tablet charging stations in Maple Leaf Lounges across Canada and into the United States.
The airline implemented Qwick Charge stations for cellphones and tablets, providing a self-service charging station with digital signage capabilities that allows travelers to safely and securely charge their mobile devices while also allowing the airline to display important information, showcase events and services, take advantage of powerful branding opportunities, instantly manage advertised content with cloud-based content, and accept donations to charities.
The touchscreen self-service kiosks enhance customer service, increase client satisfaction and generate advertisement revenue for the deployer.
Qwick Charge stations include an easy-to-use remote CMS software to instantly update the displayed information and hardware options that include a 19-inch interactive screen, dual speakers, an optional card reader and secure lockers for charging 98 percent of all phones and tablets.
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