Amazon Go stores may be close to a full 'go'

Nov. 17, 2017

Amazon is gearing up to establish a roster of Amazon Go stores, the cashierless retail strategy the mega etailer has had in pilot for just about a year, according to a Bloomberg report.

Amazon is hiring personnel for the stores, claims Bloomberg. The locations allow consumers to shop and pay for items without having to wait in line for check-out, and the technology reportedly includes a mobile app and cameras that track what they've picked up and carried out of the store.

Topics: Automated Retail / Vending, Customer Experience, Customer Service, Internet of Things, Merchandising, Mobile Retail, Self-Checkout, Store Design & Layout, Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Technology, Top 100 Retail

Companies: Amazon

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