MONTREAL -- Self-checkout systems have historically attracted customers with small orders and a healthy appetite for using new technology. However, changes are being made to offer more payment options and improve the speed and ease of use in an effort to garner new users. "We're really seeing this technology being embraced by a variety of people you would never expect to see in the self-checkout lane," said Henry Karp, president of Optimal Robotics here. "Our retailers are telling us that ...
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