HybridCheckout Trio


HybridCheckout Trio is the dual checkout preferred by people, regardless of their preference to use a cashier serviced or self-service checkouts. HybridCheckout combines the advantages of the conventional serviced checkout with the advantages of conventional self-service checkouts, and eliminates their disadvantages.

HybridCheckout allows for substantial time savings from having the two customers scanning items in parallel with, or independently from the cashier.

In a marketplace where retailers struggle to save cents, the cost savings of 70% or more offered from using HybridCheckout Trio makes it possible to revolutionize the checkout area in large groceries or supermarkets. HybridCheckout Trio may be used by most retailers requiring to have two or more checkout lanes open at any one time.

HybridCheckout - Three scanner / one cashier operation:

Dual customer and single cashier checkout and customer self-scanning checkout

The technology and business risk involved is moderate for HybridCheckout compared to for example Self-Service checkout systems. This is because HybridCheckout eliminates or greatly alleviates self-service checkout issues like theft, handling of restricted items, scanning problems, dealing with coupons, assistant availability shortages and such in the checkout area. This is possible because the cashier is always present in a HybridCheckout. In a HybridCheckout the cashier presence allows the all-important customer experience to be perceived and feedback to be acknowledged.

Human relationships are maintained or may even be improved from the co-operative scanning process performed in a HybridCheckout, thereby increasing the important customer loyalty.

HybridCheckout is an evolutionary technology with revolutionary advantages. HybridCheckout is a HybridCheckout Ltd patent applied simple technology brought to you by our manufacturing and software partners.

HybridCheckout - Highlights:

  • Excellent Customer experience
  • Increase Customer loyalty
  • Cashier presence
  • Fewer checkout counters
  • Low complexity
  • Low cost technology
  • Less floor space required
  • Fastest throughput
  • Neglible theft issues
  • Low risk / low investment
  • "Backwards compatible"
  • Easy regulatory control