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Tesco Installs NCR Self-Service Units In Central And Eastern European Stores

September 16, 2011: 04:00 AM EST
British retailer Tesco has contracted with NCR Corporation to install SelfServ Checkout stations in stores across Central and Eastern Europe. SelfServ Checkout allows customers to scan, bag and pay for products themselves. According to NCR, Tesco is the first retailer in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary to make self-checkout technology available. Self-service stations have also been installed in Tesco stores in the U.K., Ireland, the U.S. and South Korea. Tesco says more than ten million shoppers use them every week in the U.K., accounting for more than a third of store transactions.
"Tesco Enhances Shopper Convenience with NCR Self-Checkouts across Central and Eastern Europe", News release, NCR, September 16, 2011, © NCR
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