Meescan is predominantly used inside the library to allow patrons to check out items. As self-checkout transactions must be associated with a specific location, this requires location services and geolocation. In light of library closures leading to increased use of
We’re six months into the pandemic which means plexiglass barriers, reusable masks, and hand sanitizer have become part of everyday life. Libraries are in various states of planning and adapting, from completely closed to visits by appointment to completely open.
Here at Meescan, we are always looking to improve the self-checkout experience. To accommodate customers using magnetic stripe card authentication, we have now released our updated kiosk with an integrated magnetic stripe reader. The reader supports all three tracks and
A virtual library card is now available within the Meescan app, making it even easier for patrons to use the library. This feature offers library users the convenience of having a scannable library card readily available on their device. The user
Meescan was recently showcased in the American Libraries Magazine. The article, written by Carrie Smith on July 19, 2017, features library staff time saving technologies and new labor-saving services. “Self-checkout is an established way to save staff time, but it often comes with