Sam’s Club, 7-Eleven push forward with cashierless stores

Amazon grabbed the spotlight with its cashierless stores when it introduced Amazon Go in late 2016. But existing brick and mortar retailers have not been silent. 7-Eleven and Sam’s Club have been testing “scan and pay” technology. Executives from both companies gave an update on their progress at the Shoptalk Show in Las Vegas during a session on emerging shopping experiences.
This article answers some of the obvious questions that are in any retailers mind when thinking about a cashierless store.

If you’ve considered how you could operate your business by incorporating technologies like Frictionless Payments, Payment Kiosks or Cashierless Stores, then you need to talk to Beyond Retail. Our expertise in Mobile Payments, IoT implementations and our overall retail operations experience, make Beyond Retail the go to company to have a conversation with. Contact us at Beyond Retail or call us on 1300 524 475

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Data tracking is the most ‘shopper ready’ in-store tech

HighStreet’s Retail Innovation Radar™ Report is a quarterly report that measures twelve influential technology innovations in brick and mortar retail. It is based on shopper acceptance of these technologies, not on the technological advances of the innovations. In this issue of the Retail Innovation Radar Report™, you’ll discover some in-store tech and retail case studies that will help you deliver on these ever-heightening shopper expectations.

Beyond Retail is a leading Australian company, working in the design, deployment and management of RFID, Frictionless Payment, Data Tracking, and Augmented Reality applications. If you’d like to know more about how you can bring these technologies to your business, contact us on +61 3 8538 1220 or info@beyondretail.com.au

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