Wednesday 8 May 2019

Sports Betting Whizz Design

Having work in field of self service kiosk hardware manufacturing for 14 years you learn a thing or two in this time,  in 2012 we were asked by a new start up to develop an exciting design thus was borne our first foray into sports betting but this spurned our passion for desire to improve and then in 2014 we launched our first Whizz design.
Whizz encompasses several important features that are incumbent to a self service design,  but one of the core characteristics of the design is its ease to gain access for simple tasks like replacing ticket rolls and also emptying cash from the safe by means of the complete front of the Whizz range opens up easily and more importantly allows access to all areas inside of the terminal and with its gas springs that hoist the top front door upwards it also makes it very user friendly to work on terminal.

The Whizz had its first successful venture when in 2016 KT signed a contract to supply close to 3000 SSBT into a large well known brand in Europe this spurned our design and engineering team to enhance range thus the Mini Whizz and also the Whizz Mac range were developed over next couple of years spurring on more projects and opportunities.

The Whizz range comes in a palatte of touch monitor sizes ranging from 22" inch and up to 32", it can come in various configurations suitable for both sports betting and now also with new Whizz Mac within QSR food sector. 

Saturday 26 January 2019

Jury verdict vindicates KT against NCR Corporation in breach of agreement on its Self Serv 90 kiosk

New York: on January 4th 2019, in a Federal Court in the Southern District of New York reached a verdict in the matter between KT Group  and NCR Corporation, in regards an agreement to collaborate on a project referred to as the London kiosk, which later became the NCR Selfserv-90.

At the heart of the breach that NCR inflicted was the use of KT Groups 3D CAD detailed designs.

Once they terminated our partnership, NCR should have developed its own versions of the 3D CAD detailed designs, but instead continued to base their future productions on the original KT Group files, which breached the mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement.

This, however, was much more than just reneging on a piece of paper; it was also a flagrant disregard by a large corporation to simply do the right thing and that is also why KT Groups management decided it had to act in a manner that is a not normal reflection of our firm, as we prefer to opt for negotiating difficult situations.

In the end, we had no other choice to but seek justice in the courts, when all other avenues were exhausted, and the reflection of the jurys verdict by KT Groups management was not one of exhilaration or pleasure, but more it was a sense of pride in the justice system and how it upheld KT Group in its accusations, based on the preponderance of evidence in form of testimonies from both the plaintiff and defence, as well as hundreds of documents.

All these things assisted the jury in removing any doubt as to which party had acted in bad faith, which was NCR Corporation.