Latino Led Tech Startup Plans to Harvest Digital Money Trees in Miami

It is known that that over 90% of startups fail. Against these odds, startups need money trees. Katalyst of America CORP plans to harvest just that, a network of digital point of sales, called money trees, that produce unattended revenue 24/7 (365) at locations throughout the city.

Miami, FL, August 12, 2015 –(PR.com)– Katalyst kiosks are unattended, multi-sensory and convenient point of sale units installed in heavy trafficked locations throughout the city.

It is known that over 90% of startups fail. Against these odds, startups need money trees. Katalyst of America CORP plans to harvest just that, a network of digital point of sales, called money trees, that produce unattended revenue 24/7 (365) at locations throughout the city.

The proprietary kiosks are easy and fun to use. To start, a shopper can tap on the large 42” touchscreen and then follow the prompts as designed by the participating merchant. Once completed, transactions would be delivered via e-download, courier service or traditional mail services. Units receive over 5,000 daily pedestrian impressions and carry no physical inventory. Items are shipped directly from the merchant.

The Sunny Isles Beach startup, begun in June-2015 by a big-data software designer from New York, connects e-commerce platforms with touch screen units. The pilot program units are expected to be installed by December 2015.

Katalyst units transform ordinary spaces into revenue producing money trees, and there is no better city that embodies this transformation than Miami. The diversity and growth of the technology community in South Florida is ripe for Katalyst.

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Katalyst of America CORP
Carlos Daniel Gonzalez Rosado
321-400-9612
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