Amazon started offering its “just walk out” service to other retailers in a bid to increase the use of the cashier-less store system. The US technology giant has launched a new website to advertise the bid, saying that the installation of the Amazon store can be completed in “only a few weeks”.
Amazon said that it would be operating as part of a building or remodeling program for new stores or existing retailers.
“Just Walk Out technology enables shoppers to simply enter a store, grab what they want, and just go”, the website said.
“Born from years of experience at Amazon Go, Just Walk Out uses a combination of technologies to eliminate checkout lines. We now offer retailers the ability to leverage this technology in their stores to help bring fast and convenient checkout experiences to more shoppers”.
The move comes weeks after Amazon uses the cashier-less model to open its first full-size grocery store in Seattle. The company opened more than 20 Amazon Go Cashierless stores, including in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco.
The Amazon Go Cashierless stores allow pre-registered customers to skip the cashier, allowing them to bill their credit cards for their purchases with the technology detecting what they are taking and returning to the shelves. Users can check here for the latest technology updates around the world.