Walmart employees across the United States will be able to process shoppers’ payments using mobile devices starting November 1.
The new service, called Check Out With Me, is designed to help customers avoid one of the biggest frustrations with shopping in stores over the holidays: busy checkout lines.
Walmart is also touting its newly updated website this holiday season, which now features more curated content and an expanded assortment of products.
Walmart wants to help shoppers avoid long checkout lines this holiday season.
For the first time, the company is giving employees in the busiest sections of its stores the power to process shoppers’ purchases using mobile devices. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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