FRANKLIN Tenn. Transactions at self-service kiosks in North America will exceed $607 billion this year and will triple by 2012, a study by research and consultancy firm IHL Group concluded. "We expect continued double-digit growth in the revenue generated by self-service transactions for the foreseeable future," said Lee Holman, lead retail analyst for Franklin-based IHL, which serves retailers and technology companies. "The results of this study confirm what we've been seeing for the ...
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