iTalk has announced a distribution agreement with Cyber Kiosk for its CloudTalk product to provide secure connectivity for kiosk manufacturing and distribution in the alternative medical space.
CloudTalk has been developed to provide connectivity for vending machines and credit card processing, while Cyber Kiosk (Coral Springs, FL, USA) addresses a number of business verticals, including digital media, software and mobile applications development, tablet POS systems, payment processing, merchandising and the licensing of various unique products.
However, the partners specifically plan to meet the need for secure connectivity in the legalized marijuana industry, which Cyber Kiosk has recently entered.
The company says it hopes to assist state and government agencies with the implementation of various control measures through the use of mobile apps, software integration and other products.
As part of its plans, it aims to position itself for credit card processing but says it will only turn on that feature in its mobile app after marijuana is removed from the federal government’s controlled substance list and laws allow for transactions to take place legally.
It also says it is already in the process of becoming the exclusive sales and marketing representative for several branded and unbranded products.
Noting that next-generation products will include biometrics, machine virtualization and ultra-secure storage and access solutions, iTalk (Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA) says its technology can meet the growing need for ultra-secure connectivity in alternative medical dispensary machines.
Indeed, it claims that CloudTalk is the only product that specifically targets these specialized vending machines and processes.
“We are very happy to have our CloudTalk distributed by Cyber Kiosk to provide ultra secure connectivity to kiosk manufacturing and distribution business in the alternative medical space,” said David Levy, iTalk’s chief executive.
“Our secure mobile connectivity solution CloudTalk mitigates consumer risks associated with mobile computing, m-commerce and smart OS-enabled devices, which will allow for ultra secure alternative medical purchases without the risk or exposure of consumer data,” he added.