Globus Hypermarkets in Russia Introduces Scan & Go with NCR Technology for Faster and More Convenient Shopping Experience

The Scan & Go system is based on the NCR FastLane Mobile Shopper powered by Re-Vision solution and is the first customer implementation in Europe

MOSCOW / DULUTH, Ga., 21 February 2016 – NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), the global leader in omni-channel technologies, announced that Globus hypermarket chain is the first supermarket in Europe to introduce the NCR FastLane Mobile Shopper powered by Re-Vision solution. In mid-December Globus rolled out the solution in one of its hypermarkets in the Moscow region offering consumers a scan-as-you-shop option. Globus customers can now use a mobile device provided in the store to scan the items they are putting in their basket or trolley and quickly finalize the transaction at the designated checkout area.

NCR Fastlane Mobile Shopper powered by Re-Vision is a new solution in NCR’s store transformation portfolio that provides retailers with solutions to reinvent the store as the hub of the shopping experience, enabling flexible shopping options both inside and outside the store. With the introduction of the NCR technology, Globus provides its customers with a more convenient shopping experience that eliminates the need to place all their items on the checkout belt, significantly reducing queues.

The system is intuitive and easy to use. Using a mobile device provided by Globus, shoppers just scan the bar code on an item they want to buy and can put it into their bag straight away. To complete the purchase, they just need to pay at the designated checkout areas equipped with NCR SelfServ 90 and the most recent NCR FastLane SelfServ self-checkouts using convenient payment methods like cash, card, Apple Pay or Samsung Pay. The software of the latest self-checkout generation predicts client demands and helps continuously improve the shopping experience as it is adapting to consumer behavior. 

"With our Scan & Go system, shopping becomes faster and more comfortable,” said Denis Rossoshanskij, head of checkout systems and processes at Globus Hypermarkets. “Globus was among the first retailers in Russia to introduce self-checkout technology which has become an integral part of our store transformation strategy. Today we are taking the next step in that transformation and are proud to offer our customers another convenient technology that enhances their shopping experience.”

The NCR solution is fully integrated into the checkout infrastructure of Globus and provides a completely new checkout ecosystem that is scalable to business needs. The Scan & Go devices also provide additional information about products, discounts and special offers which can be integrated into existing loyalty programs. 

“We are very pleased to be able to implement this project with such an innovative retailer as Globus, who continuously evolves to offer new services for its customers,” said Andriy Pinkevych, Head of Retail Solutions for Russia & CIS at NCR. “Our NCR FastLane Mobile Shopper powered by Re-Vision solution is part of the NCR Retail ONE application ecosystem, the foundation of an omni-channel experience that makes it possible to unite all retail checkout tools and other applications on one a single platform. We at NCR believe that the future lies in just such holistic solutions.”

About NCR Corporation
NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) is a leader in omni-channel solutions, turning everyday interactions with businesses into exceptional experiences. With its software, hardware and portfolio of services, NCR enables more than 550 million transactions daily across retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology, and small business. NCR solutions run the everyday transactions that make your life easier. NCR is headquartered in Duluth, Ga., USA, with over 30,000 employees and does business in 180 countries.

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