StrongPoint’s self-checkouts are rapidly racing for the top spot in the Baltics. One more retail chain Mego is starting a pilot self-checkout project at its stores.
With 20 years of experience, grocery chain Mego constantly seeks to closely meet the needs of their shoppers, of which they serve more than 120,000 daily. The company is putting an effort into analysing market trends and consumer habits. And the latest results show that the consumers are inclined to use self-service options more and more. Therefore, during the renewal of technical POS equipment project it was decided to complement the checkout options with a self-service solution delivered by StrongPoint.
Deciding on the technological partner was not a big challenge for Mego since StrongPoint is a long-term partner of the retailer, supplying Mego with various store management efficiency solutions. Moreover, our company has more than a decade of solid experience fulfilling self-service projects, including self-checkout and self-scanning implementations across the Baltics and other European countries.
Mego has 89 stores with 2,500 employees across Latvia and always seeks to ensure high quality of service. Self-checkouts will enable it to deliver better customer experience and especially to cope with store employment issues as one attendant is able to serve up to 8 checkouts at once.
“Delivering self-service solutions is our forte and Mego will be able to experience that soon. They already have proven their trust in our capabilities by relying on us to install and maintain their other retail technologies,” explains Rimantas Mažulis, SVP/MD at StrongPoint Baltics.