Tap & Print with QB

Tuesday 6 April 2004 10:15 CET | News

Singapore based QB Pte Ltd has extended its Tap Programme to enable consumers to pay for their photographic print orders using their ez-link cards.The Fujifilm Digital Print Centre (DPC) is a self-service photo kiosk that lets customers place their own digital-media and digital-camera print orders. This is especially useful for customers who want more control over their photographic print orders, without having to wait for counter staff to attend to their needs. Previously, consumers could place their orders through the DPC kiosk, but still need to queue for payment at the cashier. QBs revolutionary ez-link consumer payment solution eliminates queues by allowing consumers to pay for their orders upon submission at the kiosk, thus fully making the entire ordering process more enjoyable and convenient. To assure consumers that their orders have been received and paid for, each DPC includes a receipt printer. Consumers need only present their receipts to the staff when picking up their prints.

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