As coronavirus continues to take its toll on the UK, we are constantly looking at adaptations and technologies which solve the problems created by our change in ways.
For example, as a result of COVID-19, we are encouraged to use contactless payments where possible, rather than carrying cash. Whilst this may not seem like a minor inconvenience to some, organisations such as charities miss out on the free change we may have previously carried in our pockets and donated. Britain is predicted to become a fully cashless society by 2026, meaning solutions like this will be around to stay.
One solution spotted in Meadowhall Shopping Centre, is to instead install a contactless way of donating to charities. Over the festive season, this has been presented as an eye-catching gift statue - a great way to encourage people to explore the new feature and boost donations.
If you are looking at ways to adapt your technology to suit the current climate, get in touch with a member of the team today.