- Hospital Authority
- Trade Fair Organizer
- Entertainment Chain
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- Cinemas Chain
- Airport Shuttle Bus
- QSR Chain
- International School
- Shopping Mall
31 December 2004
MajorLink partnered with New Digital Noise – a digital advertising media company
to develop a smart card based automated loyalty system to California Red for
enabling its automated incentives reward program. California Red operates a chain
of 18 Karaoke stores and is one of the most popular entertainment service
providers in Hong Kong.
22 December 2004
MajorLink developed an Electronic Queue Display system for Café De Coral to
enable its silent-serve dining environment. Café De Coral is the largest Chinese fast
food chain in Hong Kong and operates more than 100 self-service fast food outlets
in the territory. The system consists of an eye-catching LED display plus a
specially designed control keypad that equips with fast tag scanning function.
25 November 2004
MajorLink provided its Loyalty Smart Card system to a restaurant chain in Norway
for enabling an instant reward program at the point of sales counter. Customers are
issued loyalty cards that can be used to earn points. 20% of the transactions are
given as points and these points can be redeemed as cash dollars for next
15 November 2004
MajorLink provided a Digital Narrowcasting System to Island Resort for enabling its
in-home info channel so that administers can easily manage and deliver the
content like management notices, maintenance schedules and estate events in a
nicely designed template to home users through ordinary TV reception via the
existing SMARTV system.
1 November 2004
MajorLink supported UA Cinemas to expand its smart card based loyalty system
into its new store at Langham Place – the new landmark of Mongkok Kowloon.
Other than Langham Place, other UA Cinemas stores have successfully deployed
the UA Loyalty Club since around mid 2003.
13 October 2004
MajorLink speaks on “The Application of Membership and Loyalty System for
Retailers” in the SME Seminar organized by the Trade and Industry Department
with support from Hong Kong Retail Technology Industry Association (RTIA). The
event will be held on 13 October 2004 in the Trade and Industry Department
seminar room. Other speakers include representatives from Advanced Card
Systems and RTIA.
20 September 2004
MajorLink was selected by Kodak (Hong Kong) to participate in a customization
and localization project related to the payment interface for Kodak Picture Maker
kiosks. The scope of project includes software interface adaptation, Octopus
reader integration and Octopus certification support.
2 September 2004
MajorLink was proudly selected as one of the 30 best practice companies being
benchmarked by a project jointly organized by the Chinese Manufacturers’
Association of Hong Kong and the City University of Hong Kong implemented by
the CMA-CityU Centre for Entrpreneurial Devlopment.
1 September 2004
MajorLink offered AcroView signage management system for Instore Advertising at
Tesco Lotus Thailand. This state-of-the-art advertising system contains more than
350 display units including both 15" LCD and 42" plasma grouped into zones like
foodstuff, beverages and household etc being installed into 23 superstores. The
display controllers are wirelessly linked within each store which is connected with
the central server through leased line.
1 August 2004
MajorLink provided Membership Card system to China Hong Kong Rowing Club
which operates a training center at Shatin nearby the Shing Mun River. The system
consists of membership card, club website and remote monitoring solutions.
1 July 2004
MajorLink joined force with MyIT-school to offer IP-based network camera and
multi-application smart card system for campus IT innovation projects. MyIT-school
is the largest education software developer in Hong Kong backed by the HK
University of Science & Technology and currently serves more than half of the
school clientele in Hong Kong.
30 June 2004
MajorLink offered its AcroView Signage system for MacroVision to manage and
control its “mall-centric” out-of-home advertising display network. MacroVision is an
upstart player in OOH advertising by adopting high resolution projector screen
technologies to enable cost-effective large screen display with the size of 120-140
16 June 2004
MajorLink developed and supplied a Web-based Monitoring solution for the Hong
Kong Science and Technology Park to enable its remote surveillance application
for easy capture, view, search and playback functions over the internet.
6 June 2004
MajorLink sponsored the Hong Kong Polytechnic University – School of Design for
its Product Innovation class to explore the possible scenarios of applying kiosk,
display and card in innovative product applications. The outstanding projects were
recognized with awards being presented concurrently with Philips Design Awards
in the design graduation show held on 5 June 2004 in the Hong Kong Science
25 May 2004
MajorLink provided its loyalty card support to Barista Café for enabling its
membership card issuance, personalization and printing. Barista Café originates
from Korea and now runs a chain of lifestyle coffee shops at strategic locations
including ferry piers, inside ferry and prime locations in Hong Kong.
17 April 2004
MajorLink was invited to speak in the symposium organized by the Hong Kong
Retail Technology Industry Association (RTIA) on the Use of Technology in Retail
Innovation. This symposium was a concurrent event during the ICT Expo 2004.
Other speakers include representatives from RTIA, HKANA, WTIA, Million Tech
14 April 2004
MajorLink showcases its latest technologies ranging from award-winning loyalty
card and digital signage to on-demand kiosk solutions at the International ICT Expo
2004. The Expo will be held during 14-17 April 2004 in the Hong Kong Convention
and Exhibition Center.
12 February 2004
MajorLink collaborated with Kaizor to sponsor the HK Polytechnic University –
School of Design for its Product Innovation class. The student teams are required
to undertake their own user research projects to explore the possible scenarios of
employing innovative product applications. Each team revolved around a selected
domain for study with a focused theme on how interactive kiosk, wireless display
and smart card technologies can be applied.