We see 3 or 4 churches each day purchasing iPads and our cases to do anything from collecting donations to just using it as an event calendar.
Sandy, Utah (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
As tablet devices continue to grow in popularity and versatility, they’re proving useful in ways some might never have imagined. Recently, more and more religious and non-profit organizations have been employing on-site tablet kiosks for accepting donations, managing event/facility scheduling, and other innovative uses. ArmorActive, a Sandy, Utah company that specializes in secure tablet display solutions, has seen a sharp increase in interest regarding tablet implementation for accepting donations. Scott Paul, founder of ArmorActive, had this to say "Setting up iPads® in churches and non-profits is probably the newest trend we see at ArmorActive right now. We see 3 or 4 churches each day purchasing iPads and our cases to do anything from collecting donations to just using it as an event calendar.”
The iPad and other tablets are an attractive donation solution because of how they help churches and non-profits keep up as society transitions away from cash and check toward cards and mobile payment. With credit card swipe built right in, and an array of customizable applications (such as SecureGive, GivingFire, and SimpleGive) to run the kiosks and simplify the donation process, leaders are seeing a substantial increase in both members and visitors who choose to donate via secure iPad displays over more traditional methods.
Of course, the tablet kiosks installed by ArmorActive generally serve as much more than just a donation system. The iPad and other tablets are equally useful as a social engagement tool and in coordinating building scheduling and other practical needs of religious and non-profit organizations.
With a wide array of secure ArmorActive kiosk styles to choose from, such as the “Strata Swipe for Square” and the “Strata Swipe for iDynamo”, and with donation app development on the rise, religious organizations of all types and sizes are finding custom solutions that work for them. Many religious organizations, such as Utah’s own Life Church and San Antonio’s Mission Church (just to name a few), have already seized the opportunity that this technology can bring and are spreading the word to their fellow congregations. Willow Creek, the third-largest church in the United States, implemented over 20 iPad kiosk products from ArmorActive’s Strata line throughout their multiple locations with plans to roll out even more in the coming months.
“ArmorActive is excited to be a part of the growing trend in donation innovation and is proud to be the largest supplier of secure iPad kiosk solutions for religious and non-profit organizations throughout the world.” says Jamie Lock, ArmorActive CEO.
ArmorActive is a Sandy, Utah based tablet security solutions company. Unique in the industry, ArmorActive provides a team of Solutions Architects to help customers make the best decisions at all stages of their tablet based projects, from procurement to implementation. ArmorActive is the parent company to iPadEnclosures.com, TabletEnclosures.com and more.