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Chinese challengers enter the POS hardware market

After slumping in the previous year, the global market für POS hardware grew by 18 per cent in 2021, reports market research firm RBR. In the highly fragmented market, HP remains the strongest supplier. Challengers, especially from China and Taiwan are also gaining ground in Europe.

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Retailers continue to rely on self-checkouts

The market for self-checkout systems is growing by 11 percent worldwide, according to market research company RBR. Biggest growth driver is the Asia-Pacific region. NCR remains the undisputed market leader, but Chinese vendors are catching up.

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Retail massively expands self-scanning

Currently, retailers offer their customers the opportunity to scan items while shopping in over 46,000 stores worldwide. By 2027, this number will more than triple, according to the latest study of British market research company Retail Banking Research (RBR).

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GK Software, NCR and HP make strong gains in the POS systems market

Retailers prefer to use GK Software for new POS software installations globally. If restaurants, hotels and petrol stations are also taken into account, NCR is at the top of the list of new software installations globally. In the field of POS hardware, HP has worked its way to the top of worldwide installations, according to new study from RBR. The…

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Kruidvat introduces self-checkouts from NCR

A.S. Watson Group-owned drugstore operator Kruidvat is equipping its stores in the Netherlands and Belgium with NCR self-checkout systems.

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Walmart blurs lines between lanes

Traditional manned checkout lanes are gone at Walmart’s Supercenter in Fayetteville, Arkansas. But not the staff. Shoppers who prefer to get their shopping scanned and bagged, get the service. But at NCR’s self-checkout tills.

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Amazon again sets the pace for POS technologies

Again, Amazon is putting the world of in-store technology in a state of awe. This time with Dash Cart, a shopping trolley that automatically logs products placed inside. It will have its first appearance it the soon-to-be opened first 3,000-square-metre Amazon supermarket in Woodland Hills. It is likely that Amazon will also equip its Wholefood Stores with the new checkout…

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