SALT LAKE CITY, Utah —Skip, a provider of mobile self-checkout applications and mobile cloud point of sale, has been selected by the SG900 share group to provide frictionless checkout for its retail members, the company announced.
SG900 includes Coen, Cruizers, Fastrac, Kwik Chek, Loop, Parkers and Sprint Foods. The 27-store Cruizers chain was the first of the group to go live with Skip in early April. Coen and Kwik Chek will follow this spring.
“SG900 is a forward-thinking group comprised of approximately 400 stores nationally,” said Charles McIlvaine, CEO of Coen Markets and president of SG900. “We have been seeking optimal solutions to create a meaningful experience for enhanced checkout that our guests are seeking. Skip provides a strong value proposition, including cost, experiential technology and ability to implement, making it a strong choice for our group.”
“We are very focused on our consumers’ experience and feel like the Skip technology will allow Kwik Chek to continue to make their experience in our stores one of the most convenient in the industry,” said Kevin Smartt, CEO of Kwik Chek.
By month’s end, more than 250 locations will be live, with hundreds more scheduled for activation. Skip has optimized its processes to enable faster implementations, from onboarding to training to marketing, with minimal time and effort for retailers.
“I’m excited to now have Skip provide an onboarding experience for our retail partners that alleviates implementation tasks, getting frictionless checkout to their shoppers faster,” said Chase Thomason, CEO and founder of Skip.