Re-Vision is to roll out its Scan-as-you-shop technology to 100 Tesco stores

Rebecca Gibson
Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson on 27 May 2014
Re-Vision is to roll out its Scan-as-you-shop technology to 100 Tesco stores

Self-scanning solutions provider Re-Vision is to roll out its Scan-as-you-shop technology to 100 Tesco stores in the UK by the end of 2014.

Powered by Re-Vision’s My-Scan self-scanning solution and Motorola MC17T retail mobile computer, the solution was previously deployed at 200 stores from 2012-2013.

First introduced by Tesco in 2010, the ‘Scan-as-you-shop’ concept enables customers to use portable mobile computers, or their own smartphones, to scan barcodes for the products they want to purchase and bag the items as they go round the store. They can then pay at the checkout without having to wait in a queue, or unpack and re-bag items.

“We believe that challenges of enhancing Tesco’s customer experience will be best addressed by the self-scanning solution from Re-Vision because of our proven track record and experience handling large international accounts,” said Michel Haagmans, managing director at Re-Vision. “The industrial roll-out capabilities of the My-Scan self-scanning solution will enable Tesco to launch self-scanning in a large number of stores within a very short time, and we are looking forward to creating another success story together with the Tesco team.”

According to performance analytics gathered from the 200 stores, the system has helped to promote the retailer’s service-driven and customer-oriented philosophy and has increased customer loyalty.

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