• "With an Ultimate Kiosk Hearing Screening Solution we have seen a positive increase in the number of qualified appointments come through our clinic. This unit is a great addition to our marketing vehicles and potential patients seem very interested to try it."
    Michael Ioannidis, Hearing Solutions

Hearing Health Screening Software & Services

saas   Annual Software License


  • Software license & maintenance agreement
  • Portal access; including portal reporting
  • Software updates
  • Technical help desk
  • Hardware recommendations

configure   Software Configuration Services

 $500 for basic configuration[2]

  • Tablet configuration based on customer marketing plan
  • Calibrated headset with audio USB adapter
  • Recommended Hardware Document

Additional Services

setup   Setup Service     

 $600 for ensuring the kiosk is ready to go

  • Facilitation of hardware purchase
  • Onsite assembly and software documents

   Monthly Software Monitoring & Advanced Reporting Service

$500/year [3]

    • monthly reports regarding user statistics and performance

   Additional Software Configuration Service

$250 for each additional configuration 

    • provision of different screen flows and calls to action for alternative markets[4]

   Additional Translation Service


      • For alternative language[s]

                                                        For more information call 905-357-8378 or e-mail info@ultimatekiosk.com
                                                          For PDF document of our Software & Services, along with pricing click here

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              [1] or $100/month (includes yearly subscription)
              [2] includes 3 configuration changes
              [3] or $50.00/month
              [4] each additional configuration after the initial changes, part of Software Configuration Service

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