Shopreme, a Graz, Austria based provider of self-checkout solutions, introduced its shopreme matrix self-checkout kiosk scheduled to go into operation this year, according to a press release.
Customers can scan items using their phone and pay using a payment card.
Retailers can adapt the system to their requirements, choosing from options such as basket and bagging shelves, impulse purchase grids, colors and the software's UI/UX.
Customers can print a QR code to download a digital receipt instead of a paper receipt.
The kiosk incorporates an age verification process using a dedicated employee app which can be completed remotely for self-checkout customers.
An algorithm selects baskets for spot checks based on predefined parameters and customer events. By analyzing factors such as basket value, high-risk products or locations and scanning behavior, it identifies potential risks and prompts store employees to perform an inspection.
With a one-time integration, retailers can equip stores with the shopreme kiosk, the shopreme scan-and-go and the shopreme exit terminals.
The kiosk supports weight and bundle units, products with deposits, age-restricted products and more.
Source: Kiosk Marketplace