Posts for tag: Unattended retail

Aug 29, 2019

3 Ways to Make Micro Markets Profitable with 50+ Employees

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Unattended Retail

  A few blog posts ago, we covered the 5 capabilities most operators need from their micro market systems (view blog post ). Today, we will be looking at our favorite tips from our recent webinar with Mike Cascione Jr. (CC Vending), Michael Johnson (Yoke Payments), and Ben Mills (USA Technologies) on how to make micro […]

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Aug 5, 2019

Three Self-Serve Retail Models to Connect and Engage with Your Customers

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Unattended Retail

Times are changing, and technology is catching up – cashless payments can be found almost anywhere, from break rooms to airports to stores. It is a trend that started long before Amazon Go and is continuing to grow along with the continuous growth of the digital world. Consumers are enjoying self-serve kiosks, micro-markets, and interactive […]

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Jul 29, 2019

5 Capabilities You Need from Your Integrated OCS Software

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In our latest blog series, we’ve been looking beyond the capabilities of cashless to explore the other top features that unattended retail and micro market operators should look for in an enterprise software solution. In this last installment of our series, we’ll be focusing our attention on the capabilities that operators need from their integrated […]

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Jul 10, 2019

Micro Market, Major Capabilities: 5 Capabilities You Need from Your Integrated Micro Market Software

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Unattended Retail

In our last blog post, we discussed the top five capabilities—outside of cashless transactions—that retail operators should be looking for in an enterprise software solution. Now, we’re going a step further, exploring the functionality that operators need from their micro market software.  Micro markets, which offer automated self-checkout and unattended payment experiences, require more than just […]

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Jun 17, 2019

The Three C’s of Recruiting the Next Generation of Self-Serve Leaders

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Industry News

Both Millennials and Generation Z will make up a majority of the workforce by next year. Early Millennials are approaching late 30s, and taking on greater leadership roles in their companies, while Generation Z is just entering the workforce.  Sometimes dubbed as “the instant gratification generation,” this younger cohort comes with a set of expectations […]

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