July 15, 2009

Showcase Acquires Assets of Kiosk Logix

Kiosk Logix assets picked up by Showcase today. Kiosk Logix was the company which offered Netstop, one of the oldest lockdown programs in the industry. Originally started by Yves in Canada as Moonrise and was very popular


Showcase Technology Acquires the Assets of Kiosk Logix

TORRANCE, Calif., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Showcase Technology (formerly Showcase Business Centers), the leader in providing automated Internet, copy, FAX and scan services, recently announced that it has acquired Kiosk Logix, the leading provider of secure kiosk software in the world, NetStop(TM).

NetStop(TM) software is the prominent kiosk software system for securing computer systems in an unattended location. It is secure, reliable, easy-to-use, and tamper-proof. The web-based database and remote management tools give administrators complete computer usage and sales statistics. NetStop(TM) is effectively used in kiosks worldwide by retail, hospitality, educational institutions, hospitals and healthcare providers, credit unions, governments, pharmaceuticals, human resources, entertainment companies, banks and financial institutions. There are currently 23,000 NetStop licenses in over 60 countries around the world.

"The acquisition of Kiosk Logix positions Showcase within the global marketplace and leverages Showcase's suite of proprietary products and services," said Paul Rajewski, CEO of Showcase Technology. "Showcase will continue to enhance Netstop's(TM) capabilities with innovative features in order to meet the future requirements of our new and existing clients."

Kevin Matheison, CTO of Kiosk Logix, said the acquisition signifies, "Showcase's wealth of experience and resources while insuring that Kiosk Logix continues to flourish through the development of untapped features of Netstop(TM)."


Founded by entrepreneur Paul Rajewski, Showcase Technology is a leader in providing secure, centrally-managed, complimentary-use and pay-for-use computer systems, printers, copiers and fax machines to the hospitality marketplace. Showcase's computer network features approximately 1,200 automated machines in hundreds of hotel business centers located across the United States and Canada.

SOURCE Showcase Technology

Posted by staff at July 15, 2009 07:34 AM