Supermarkets and fast food chains move to self-service

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https://static.globalnoticias.pt/pg/image.aspx?brand=PG&type=generate&guid=dcd2c389-aead-4565-94a7-265bb7ded1fa&t=20180614024447Automatic registers in the Master supermarket, in the central region of São Paulo

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System raises average value consumed per person in fast-food outlets

With the expansion of online shopping, physical stores are looking for ways to modernize themselves so that they do not lose clients. It is in this context that self-service, an old acquaintance of the Banks, is now starting to be adopted in Brazil by supermarkets, gas stations and fast-food restaurants. An example is McDonald's, which has implemented self-service in Brazil since last year. This is part of a modernization strategy with investment of R$ 1.25 billion.

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