NCR’s newest FastLane SelfServ checkout solutions can be used as a free-standing self-checkout kiosk, installed on a countertop or even mounted on a wall. In a recent study of consumers in nine countries, 90% revealed they use self-checkout technology.
The NCR SelfServ 90 is ideal for high-volume stores with many shoppers checking out small baskets and using credit or debit cards. It offers retailers a new cost-effective solution without the added expense of cash or coin tender options, or a produce and security scale. The key purpose is to reduce queues during peak hours for customers purchasing just a few items, such as during the lunchtime rush when customers come in to purchase lunch items or a snack.
The five key features of the SelfServ 90 include:
1. EMV card reader with contactless capability
2. Zero-bezel display with which supports multi-touch and gesture interactions
3. 2D imaging scanner
4. Integrated receipt printer and coupon bin
5. Intervention light
In a recent study of consumers in nine countries when asked what they liked about self-checkout, consumer’s top three responses were convenience (42 percent), ease of use (40 percent) and the speed of checkout technology in comparison to the cashier assisted line (39 percent).
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