If you're with a company that would like to develop an information kiosk system based on proven Mac technology, you may be interested in the latest developments from German information kiosk maker termimac informationssysteme. Termimac has announced plans to partner with two companies to help further its reach into the North American market -- it's teaming up with both nanonation, inc. and Savage Design Group. With the help of the two companies, termimac said that it's able to offer and develop complete kiosk systems to the North American market.
Termimac's information kiosks feature Apple's iMac system installed in a specially designed enclosure comprised of acrylic and aluminum. Termimac offers various customization options, such as a touch screen or special thin film keyboard. Nanonation is a developer of kiosk information systems based out of Lincoln, NE. Nanonation will provide the software architecture for the kiosk projects that the two companies plan to collaborate upon. Houston, TX-based Savage Design Group brings to the table design and corporate communications skills.
Termimac founder and owner Dietmar Bach said that the new partnerships are a logical step for his company.
"These partnerships mean that we will enter the American market with the help of established partners who will further enhance our product offering. termimac informationssysteme has evolved from a manufacturer to a service provider, and during this last year we are now coming full circle to incorporate a multitude of services," said Bach.
This story, "Termimac offers Mac kiosk services to North America" was originally published by PCWorld.