Rochester, NY—Kodak Moments announced a new version of its Kodak Moments Kiosk software. The new software, Version 11.0, provides consumers with more instant photo products to choose. It also provides in-store self-service printing. Kodak Moments is a global provider of photo products and services to retailers, consumers, and entertainment venues.
The new products give consumers access to the personalized photo gifts and décor they are used to ordering online, but without the wait. The products are available for same-day pickup at most retailers that offer Kodak Moments.
Kodak Moments Kiosk Software Updates
Moreover, same-day and new photo offerings with this software include wall tiles. The tiles are a modern take on the classic gallery wall. Consumers can update their décor with favorite moments showcased in sleek black frames that are easy to hang. What’s more, the tiles are available as 8×8-inch single images within a black frame or with a 1-inch white border. Consumers can purchase them in sets or as single tiles.
In addition, photo clients can turn your best-loved moments into art with canvas prints made the same day. The canvas prints come in a choice of gallery or mirror wrap; sizes include 5×7, 8×10, 11×14 and 16×20 inches.
Furthermore, they can show off special moments as unique, custom acrylic magnets. The crystal-clear acrylic elevates photos for display on fridges, desks or shelves. The 2×2-inch magnets are available as a single product or assets.
Another new product is the Kodak Moments photo board. The no-fuss display makes the photo the spotlight of any room; additionally, it can be propped up on an easel or it can lean against a wall. The soon-to-be-available photo boards, collage boards and décor boards will come in 11×14, 16×20 and 20×30 options.
“We are always striving to provide consumers with new, high-quality photo products in-store,” said Matt Lowenstein, senior product manager for software at Kodak Moments. “With Kodak Moments Kiosk Software Version 11.0, we can deliver instant products that consumers would traditionally have to wait for by mail; whether it’s wall tiles, acrylic magnets or photo boards.”