The Link opens doors for the community

D-Tech has launched a new functional interface to its RFID SelfCheck kiosks that allows users to access other council services.

16 April 2012

The Link

The new application, called ‘The Link’, allows users to access and make payments across council or other web-based services from one single service point. This makes life easier and more convenient for library visitors and brings the library closer to becoming a one-stop-shop for community services.

Marvin Crisp, managing director, D-Tech said: “We are working with libraries to look at ways in which additional council services can be accessed via our RFID self-service kiosks.

"Technology has already scoped the library service so that users can manage their own issue and returns online, using payment and receipt functions, so why not move on to, for example, paying bills, booking services or checking statements from the same single service point."

"There are lots of advantages for those members of the public who perhaps have limited mobility or lack access to the internet at home."

Marvin Crisp
Managing Director, D-Tech


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