Fujitsu launches self-checkout system to enhance shopping experience

Fujitsu has released an automated assistant self-checkout system, Fujistu Impulse for Concenience stores (C-stores) to maximize merchandising and advertising space in the retail environment.

The self-checkout system is designed for customers and store employees to provide user friendly interface and has a slim design.

Managed by Integro, the new system can be installed anywhere such as on a wall, on a countertop while maximizing conversion rates and keeping queues short.

Additionally, customers can experience seamless shopping experience as Fujitsu Impulse offers cashless payment option.

The wrapping options provide advertising for brands and a suite of features that turn the screen into a digital signage platform.

Also, Integro provides in-depth analyses and detailed reporting on many facets of the system while providing an out-of-the-box reporting solution hosted in the Fujitsu Cloud.


Company officials said reports provide real-time information about the performance of a retailer’s fleet, providing: SCO lane status and availability, ticket and issue statuses, device and peripheral asset data, and big data on front-lane SCO operations, including attendant performance and successful use of Local Assisted Help.

In addition, reports also provide credit slips, attendant intervention, access control activities and transactions.

“With mobile management options, low maintenance/cost and flexible software solutions, the Fujitsu Impulse is designed for clients to maximize their bottom dollar while surpassing the needs of their customers in every way,” said Marc Janssens, executive vice president of retail, Fujitsu.

In May, Fujitsu delivered compelling Disaster Recovery Capabilities with PRIMEFLEX for Egenera PAN Integrated System.

Shilpa Khatri

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