• A wonderful experience. Very professional! The software is fully customized, fast and easy to use - just what I was looking for. I highly recommend this Hearing Software!
    Katrina Ferro, Hearing Solutions

Annual Software License


Software License & Maintenance Agreement

The License grants full access to Ultimate Kiosk’s software and related services for a twelve month period from the date of the agreement. The  License is renewable each succeeding year at an annual cost of $1,000.

During the term of a Software License Agreement, Ultimate Kiosk maintains the software without additional charge. Enhancements are also often provided which increase its speed, efficiency and ease of operation.

Portal Access Including Self Reporting

This service gives the customer access to the portal to evaluate patient results and initiate follow-up when warranted. It also facilitates customization of the software.

Customizable features include:

- Placing advertisements
- Providing coupons
- Adding logos 
- Supplying doctor’s & staff Information
- Attaching clinic and dispenser messages
- Viewing and printing patient’s test results
- Adopting different languages (English or French is standard, other languages purchased)

Technical Help Desk

Customers can access technical support by phone, Skype or email during 9:00 – 17:00 EST
Some typical concerns are identified on our FAQ page 

 Hardware Recommendations

The recommended has been fully tested and approved as compatible with the software. Other hardware is not recommended due to potential incompatibilities. 

Qualified Tablet Options
- 10” Asus Transformer Book T100
- 12” MS Surface Pro3
- 12.3” MS Surface Pro4

Qualified Stand Options
- Stationary kiosk stand “Comet”
- Portable kiosk stand “Armodilo” [optional - soft carrying bag & advertising Banner]


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For More Information Please Contact Ultimate Kiosk At 905-357-8378 Or Email info@ultimatekiosk.com 

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Articles & Information

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Why Isn't There A Warby Parker For Hearing Aids?

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Jun 29th, 2016

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Enable the Tribe and Speed the Journey Amid Turbulent Change

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