About SiteKiosk

SiteKiosk is a Windows and Android based kiosk software designed for businesses in several industry segments, including automotive, healthcare, finance, media, tourism, retail, telecommunications, logistics, and more. It allows organizations to customize the user interface, filter content, detect errors, manage passwords, and maintain activity logs, among other processes.

SiteKiosk enables administrators to set up permission rights, restrict specific websites, configure default browsers, and use custom key combinations to provide user access to authorized personnel. It allows staff members to create campaigns, schedule publishing processes, and display advertisements across several digital signage screens. It also provides on-screen keyboards in English, French, and German with multiple layout options, including QWERTY, QWERTZ, and AZERTY.

SiteKiosk provides an API, which allows businesses to integrate the platform with several third-party solutions. It lets supervisors schedule sleep modes, reset browsers, automatically logout of sessions, and clear usage data, such as search history, cache, and cookies. It also allows staff members to automatically detect and resolve errors and system crashes.

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Reviews

Overall rating

4,4 /5
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3,3/5
Features
3,3/5
Ease of Use
3,7/5
Customer Support
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  • Industry: Internet
  • Company size: 201–500 Employees
  • Used for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Has the features you need to manage a public touch screen kiosk

Reviewed on 2019/07/16

I was handed a set of freestanding kiosks with Dell Min Desktops running Windows 7, and Sonic...

I was handed a set of freestanding kiosks with Dell Min Desktops running Windows 7, and Sonic Acoustic Wave (SAW) touch screen overlays. Once the touch driver issue was resolved and Windows saw the screens as a pointing device, SiteKiosk was able to configure all of the settings one could hope for. In this configuration, each kiosk was configured separately and accessed content from a website, which was able to be locked down within SiteKiosk.

Pros

Backed by technical support team who is knowledgable of the features and limitations.

Cons

Some features and settings buried a few menus deep.

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Kioware

Reasons for Switching to SiteKiosk

price, support.
Malachi
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Kiosk Software For Unlimited Uses

Reviewed on 2015/02/12

Our organization has been utilizing SiteKiosk and SiteRemote software since around 2009. We build...

Our organization has been utilizing SiteKiosk and SiteRemote software since around 2009. We build custom software for hundreds of Clients and integrate the SiteKiosk framework into many of our development projects.

Pros: User-Friendly Configurations, Reporting (can be sent to email or phone,) Extensive Knowledge-base through online FAQ & Forums, Can serve as a framework for further customizations to take place, TONS of functions available.

Cons: New version called "chromium" is still not quite where it should be with easy layout edits for graphics, text, or object manipulation. It takes a bit of code tweaking if you wish to place objects in specific spots not allowed through the template layout which is currently in place. I know they are working on this in their new version, so its more of a minor headache than an impediment when doing more involved work than the average consumer is using this software for.

Overall Impression: 9/10
It handles a plethora of items including transactions, user reporting, website lock-downs, and serves as a platform to build more involved projects off of. Their customer service is spot-on, and their C-level executives are constantly engaged when it comes to improving customer experience and the functionality of the software. I would recommend this to anyone.

Brian
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  • Industry: Education Management
  • Company size: 2–10 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1-5 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 1.0 /10

Rigid Policy

Reviewed on 2019/11/26

Not a slam-dunk solution. Unreasonable customer support.

Not a slam-dunk solution. Unreasonable customer support.

Pros

For most use cases, it appears SiteKiosk would work well

Cons

SiteKiosk did not work properly with specific software we use it with. I spent the length of the trial attempting to troubleshoot the issues we had. After support failed to solve our issues, I was told that our free trial had elapsed and I could not receive a refund.

Response from PROVISIO

I'm sorry to hear about your experience and I am confident we can assist you. We offer a fully functional free evaluation version of SiteKiosk with no time limit to ensure SiteKiosk meets your requirements before your purchase. After the purchase of a license, you are eligible for a full refund within 30 days of your purchase date for any reason.

We only received one inquiry in our support forum from you but you did not follow-up on the response we posted to you on the same day. We did not receive other phone or email requests for support regarding this. We are happy to try to continue troubleshooting this issue with you. I recommend calling us to walk through troubleshooting your issue. We can be reached at (800) 916-7422. Since your request for a refund came in more than 30 days after your purchase date, what we can do is provide technical support for your issues.

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  • Industry: Internet
  • Company size: 201–500 Employees
  • Used for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Easy to configure software for managing standalone or networked kiosks

Reviewed on 2018/05/19

Locked down and configured touch-screen computer kiosks for use by the public

Locked down and configured touch-screen computer kiosks for use by the public

Pros

Worked with touch-screen kiosks connected to wifi. Was able to set security and deployment options easily.

Cons

Some features required customer support to fully understand, but the support was responsive and informative.

Gabriel
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Meets core needs, but needs some maturity

Reviewed on 2015/11/11

SiteKiosk does a pretty good job of locking down necessary components. We use it to lock EVERYTHING...

SiteKiosk does a pretty good job of locking down necessary components. We use it to lock EVERYTHING down. To this end, in order to lock down all the aspects to meet our need, we need to manually modify the configuration XML files and create scripts.
SireRemote does a nice job of monitoring. I find it a little counter intuitive, but after some experimenting it seems to be meeting most of my needs. I found the remote desktop component unusable, while I find the configuration distribution, job manager, and file sync very useful for managing a fleet of kiosks.

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SiteKiosk FAQs

Below are some frequently asked questions for SiteKiosk.

SiteKiosk offers the following pricing plans:

  • Starting from: US$100,00/one-time
  • Free Trial: Available

SiteKiosk is available as Cloud-subscription and as a perpetual license (Local client software only). SiteKiosk Online Cloud - Annual Plan: $ 239.00/Year SiteKiosk Classic for Windows: $180.00 SiteKiosk Classic for Windows Non-Profit: $120.00 SiteKiosk Classic for Android: $120.00

SiteKiosk has the following typical customers:

Self Employed, 2–10, 11–50, 51–200, 201–500, 501–1 000, 1 001–5 000

SiteKiosk supports the following languages:

English, French, German, Spanish

SiteKiosk supports the following devices:

Android (Mobile)

We do not have any information about what integrations SiteKiosk has

SiteKiosk offers the following support options:

Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, Phone Support, Chat

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