Kiosk Installations Expected To Increase Four-Fold By 2004
Tuesday, April 06, 1999 4:23 PM EST
CARLSBAD, CALIF. (April 6) BUSINESS WIRE -April 6, 1999--Computer Economics projects that the total number of kiosks installed in the U.S. will increase dramatically from 210,000 to 785,000 by 2004.
"We estimate that the greatest growth in kiosk installation will occur during the years 2003 to 2004 with 140,000 new interactive kiosks being installed," said Computers Economics' Director of Research and Advisory Services, Michael Erbschloe.
Computer Economics estimates that the number of kiosks will increase steadily during the next five years. Expect the rate of growth to be greater with each year, except from 2001 to 2002, which will have a slightly slower amount of growth than the preceding year.
Computer Economics Projections -- Interactive Kiosks Installed in the U.S.
Year Number of Kiosks
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