This year, modern point-of-sale (POS) solutions, including frictionless solutions, are giving c-store retailers a breadth of options. Retailers continue to be confronted by POS solution providers’ attention to delivering software able to support common payment methods like Mastercard and Visa on the forecourt.
POS vendors are planning to contend with POS giants, including start-ups and foreign providers. It is anticipated that self-checkout pilots and implementations will begin in 2020, although ‘scan and go’ and mobile applications with order- and pay-ahead capabilities will begin to gain popularity.
Progressive retailers are adopting the view that any customer touchpoint should be regarded as a location where a POS system and/or software was historically required for a transaction. Consumers walk through the store outside the mobile app, find kiosks, a fuel dispenser, a connected vehicle or toll system, smart speakers or something as simple as a website.
Nowadays, shops feature more hardware and software, and retailers are ensuring sites are safe at every single entry point from possible breaches. Regardless of what technology is considered or implemented, it is important to understand how data can be used by a retailer.
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