Berkeley, Calif. — MAPCO has launched its second checkout-free store. The Grabango-powered MAPCO store is located in Nashville, Tenn., and allows shoppers to skip the line instead of waiting to check out.
“We’re thrilled to bring Grabango’s seamless checkout experience to additional Nashville customers, who want quick and efficient visits,” says Frederic Chaveyriat, CEO of MAPCO. “We are seeing an increasing number of our shoppers opt for this faster, convenient checkout option.”
A leading checkout-free technology provider for large-scale store chains, Grabango uses computer vision to eliminate two of the biggest pain points experienced by shoppers — waiting in line and scanning items. By making checking out fast and easy, Grabango boosts shopper loyalty, reduces shrink and improves store operations. The easily-installed system doesn’t require shelf sensors, changes to store layout or product mix, and operates seamlessly in large-format stores.
“We are excited to expand our relationship with MAPCO with a second Grabango-powered store and to bring checkout-free shopping to more of their shoppers,” says Will Glaser, CEO and co-founder of Grabango. “Grabango is a true retrofit solution that simplifies shopping without burdening the retailer. Shoppers can pay with a credit card, debit card or use their mobile wallet.”
For more information, visit www.grabango.com.
MAPCO operates more than 300 convenience and fuel retailing stores. Operating in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Kentucky and Mississippi, MAPCO stores offer a wide array of high-quality products and services.