checkout line

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a queue of people waiting to pay for purchases

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It tracks both wait and transaction times and uses predictive monitoring to proactively minimize or eliminate bottlenecks in checkout lines, directly addressing an issue that may lead to customer dissatisfaction and providing a solution based on its ability to understand customer behaviour.
This is like our royalty," marveled Mary Linn, a Fred Meyer pharmacy technician who joined co-workers watching Clinton at the checkout line.
From the high drama of the supermarket checkout line to the rigors of shopping with kids to the agony of deciding on a new Easter bonnet, fabric for a dress, or a wedding ring, our artists had no problem filling the bill with the very latest in "consumer art.
That doesn't even take into account the television sets in the workplace, the grocery checkout line, buses and airplanes.
She left the customer standing in the checkout line.
Compare a hospital stay with moving through a grocery store checkout line in terms of accuracy and efficiency of transactions, real-time inventory management, timely invoice preparation and ultimate customer satisfaction.
he asked, evidently not having been in a supermarket, checkout line in the previous few months.
This was dramatically illustrated each time we went through a checkout line in our local grocery store or Wal-Mart: not only did they have the processes in place to provide us with our bill automatically, but they understood the impact our shopping cart had on their inventory and need to re-order.
This can be as simple as hearing a jingle on a radio commercial or overhearing a casual comment at the grocery checkout line.
How often life resembles a playground filled with school kids' squabbles or a group of adults vying to be first in the checkout line at a sale
While consumers hate waiting on the checkout line, the direct interaction with the cashier--not to mention the help with bagging--can only build a bond between the shopper and the store.
We don't stand in the checkout line at the grocery store looking at the magazines.
Half of all respondents said the problems made them leave a store or checkout line or to shop less frequently in that store.
Based on a Marvel comic, it followed the bathetic journey to the end of night of one David Bruce Banner, who famously got belted by gamma rays and thereafter turned into a musclebound, green-skinned rageaholic whenever he had to stand behind shoppers with too many items in the express checkout line, renew his driver's license, or sit through another Jimmy Carter sermonette on thermostat settings.
Fashion magazine junkies and impulsive checkout line shoppers now have one less bible evangelizing this season's "new black," the hottest heel and the perkiest haircut.