#TechPH - Samsung helps businesses make self-service easy with Samsung Kiosk

Samsung Electronics Philippines (SEPCO) showcased the Samsung Kiosk to important organizations and businesses in an event conjunction with CTC Solutions Technology, Inc. (CSCSTI) in the Hive Hotel, Quezon City, in an effort to assist all types of businesses in meeting the demands and changing needs of its clients.

Clockwise from left: SEPCO President Min Su Chu introduces the Samsung Kiosk to guests and attendees; SEPCO and CTCSTI leaders toast to a successful partnership; Guests from various enterprises are in attendance to know more about Samsung Kiosk; SEPCO and CTCSTI leaders pose for a photo during the event.

With nearly 28 years of experience in the Philippines' retail establishments and quick service restaurants, CTCSTI is a solutions-first business. As a premium partner of SEPCO since 2018, CTCSTI has been supplying the retail and QSR markets with the worldwide brand's Display technology.

In attendance were SEPCO President Min Su Chu, CTCSTI President Jayson Dy, CTCSTI General Manager Ina Estrolavio, Epson Philippines President and Director Kusama Masako with Senior Manager for Vertical Printers Noelle Gonzales, and Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Country Sales Manager for the Philippines Jayvee Chua.

In his remarks, SEPCO President and Managing Director Min Su Chu highlights the world class Kiosk technology Samsung offers. “This year, Samsung is celebrating our 25th year in the Philippines. Our vision is to inspire generations of Filipinos with world-class technology that will not only empower every household, but also prime businesses for success. With our Samsung Kiosk, businesses will see and experience firsthand how our technology can help them go above and beyond.”

He also highlights CTCSTI as a valuable partner for SEPCO. “We are truly grateful for this partnership with CTCSTI. We’ve seen a lot of successes together, and we thank them for generously sharing their experience and expertise in the retail and QSR industry.” 

“Our vision is to inspire generations of Filipinos with world-class technology that will not only empower every household, but also prime businesses for success. With our Samsung Kiosk, businesses will see and experience firsthand how our technology can help them go above and beyond,” shared SEPCO President and Managing Director Min Su Chu.

During the live demo in the event, guests were able to experience why Samsung Kiosk is the new standard for self-service. It is ready out-of-the-box and simple to install, operate, and maintain – helping businesses provide a modern and secure customer service.The convenience of contactless technology has become critical for businesses to meet consumer demand across various industries and applications, including bill payments, drive-thru, self-ordering, smart cafés, and many more.

Among the products and devices that guests were introduced to include the Digital Menu Board and Signage, the Flip Pro Interactive Whiteboard, Small Touch Displays, Ruggedized Phone and Tablet for mobile ordering.


Samsung Kiosk is part of Samsung’s push to allow businesses and retailers around the world to optimize their customers’ journey. Here in the Philippines, fast food chain KFC currently uses Samsung Kiosk on Windows OS at 63 locations. The Samsung Kiosk creates an in-store digital experience for KFC customers, enabling them to self-serve and enjoy a more personalized and convenient visit. To continue enhancing its customer experience, the company will install Samsung Kiosks at more than 100 additional stores by the end of the year.

To know more about Samsung Kiosk, you may visit Samsung Kiosk with Windows i3 OS. To know more about how Samsung technologies can help your enterprise, please visit www.samsung.com/ph/business.

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