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Self-Service Kiosks Need to Serve Everyone, with Juan Perez of ADUSA, Inc.

  On today’s MarketScale Retail podcast, we welcome Juan Perez, CEO of ADUSA Inc., to analyze what effective ADA compliance looks like and why businesses should take steps to make their Read more

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Self-Service Kiosks Need to Serve Everyone, with Juan Perez of ADUSA, Inc.
March 14, 2019
  On today’s MarketScale Retail podcast, we welcome Juan Perez, CEO of ADUSA Inc., to analyze what effective ADA compliance looks like and why businesses should take steps to make their Read more
Why Best-Of-Breed Kiosk Software Matters with Juan Perez of ADUSA, Inc.
February 14, 2019
  In the Food & Beverage industry, as we move into a future where self-service kiosks are the primary method of interaction between restaurant and customer, the need for the best Read more
Customers Want to Take Their Own Orders and Restaurants Aren’t Complaining with Juan Perez of ADUSA
February 5, 2019
  One potential frustration when dining out is being served something that is different that what you actually ordered. It happens, occasionally. Often the reason can be traced to human Read more