OMNIQ Corp. (NASDAQ: OMQS) (“OMNIQ” or “the Company”), a leader in supply chain and artificial intelligence (AI)-based solutions, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dangot Computers Ltd, has secured a significant purchase order. The order includes the deployment of OMNIQ’s interactive consumer management kiosks across the customer’s locations, providing services to over 80% of the nation's population and businesses. This order is anticipated to be the first of multiple orders.

This initiative underscores OMNIQ’s critical role in revolutionizing consumer service operations through advanced technological solutions. The proprietary technology developed by OMNIQ is set to enhance consumer interactions by streamlining processes, reducing wait times, minimizing human error, and cutting operational costs. It furthermore allows OMNIQ’s customers to generate important data, derived from the interactive process embedded in OMNIQ’s solution, data which serves OMNIQ’s customers to gain consumer awareness which increases revenue while decreasing expenses for the customer.

OMNIQ has established itself as a frontrunner in the adoption of smart, integrated solutions in various sectors. Notably, it is a primary supplier of intelligent carts & kiosks to major organizations, including Israel’s largest health maintenance organization and most hospitals, as well as quick-service restaurants (QSRs) within the nation.

The newly introduced kiosks are equipped with state-of-the-art communication tools, sensors for swift and accurate patient identification, and printers. These kiosks are linked to main servers that manage patients' files, enhancing the service quality and speed, and thereby elevating the overall consumer experience.

CEO Shai Lustgarten stated “Our investment in AI and Automation is paying off. We are proud to have been selected once again to supply OMNIQ’s advanced, interactive self-service kiosks to be deployed in our customer’s technology-focused service centers and locations. Allowing interactive functionalities and increasing automation in consumer services, is playing a critical role in helping to provide the best consumer experience. This is another example of our expanding business within the Israeli multibillion-dollar market where we provide Automation and AI-based solutions.”


OMNIQ Corp. is at the forefront of technological innovation, providing state-of-the-art computerized and machine vision image processing solutions through its patented and proprietary AI technology. The company's diverse offerings include data collection, real-time surveillance, and monitoring systems tailored for sectors such as supply chain management, homeland security, public safety, and traffic & parking management. These innovative solutions are crafted to streamline the secure and efficient movement of people, assets, and data across essential infrastructures like airports, warehouses, and national borders.

OMNIQ's esteemed client base spans government agencies and prestigious Fortune 500 companies across various industries, including manufacturing, retail, distribution, healthcare, transportation, logistics, food and beverage, and the oil, gas, and chemical sectors. By leveraging OMNIQ’s innovative solutions, these organizations achieve enhanced operational capabilities, allowing them to adeptly manage the complexities of their respective fields.

Financially, OMNIQ is strategically positioned in rapidly expanding markets. The Company taps into the Global Safe City market, anticipated to grow to $67.1 billion by 2028, the smart parking market expected to grow to $16.4 billion by 2030, and the quickly expanding fast-casual restaurant sector, projected to hit $209 billion by 2027. These figures underscore OMNIQ’s pivotal role in sectors increasingly reliant on sophisticated AI technology solutions.

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