Self-checkout has truly become a staple of the grocery retail scene. But what kind of experience does it offer grocery shoppers? Field Agent surveyed 500 women to answer this very question, and here we offer the results in 3 informative graphs. They're worth checking out.
To be sure, the checkout experience is a critical touchpoint with shoppers. As Larry Logan of Digimarc explained, “Checkout is the last opportunity a retailer has to make a positive impression on a shopper.”
But what impression is self-checkout leaving with consumers?
Field Agent recently surveyed 500 women to determine the positive and negative implications of the self-checkout process, from the customer's point of view. Here are the results in 3 informative graphs.
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