LONDON -- While self-checkout lanes have gained a foothold in the U.S., they have been slower to catch on in the U.K. Consequently, Marks & Spencer here, one of the leading users of self-checkout lanes in the U.K., is testing a kiosk-based "virtual self-checkout assistant" designed to encourage and facilitate use of the systems. Marks & Spencer, which initially installed FastLane self-checkout system from NCR, Atlanta, in three stores, is equipping an additional eight stores this ...
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