FRANKLIN, Tenn. — North American consumers are on pace to spend over $525 billion at self-checkout lanes, ticketing kiosks and other self-service machines in 2007, an increase from $438 billion in 2006, according to a new research study from IHL Consulting Group here. The revenue generated by self-service transactions should continue this pace of growth in the coming years, said Greg Buzek, president of IHL Consulting Group. “We expect that expenditures made at self-service kiosks will rise ...
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