Physical stores like Target are making transactions quicker and easier by allowing their shoppers to walk out without counting cash or swiping a card

Consumers are increasingly in search of alternative payment methods that expedite their store experiences, especially in a digital age where the click-to-buy nature of online shopping has elevated their expectations. Brick-and-mortar retailers are responding with creative tech-enabled innovations, from integrating pay-ahead methods to facial recognition software. Here's how grocers and more are elevating the store experience through contactless transactions:

Giant Eagle Pittsburgh-based grocery store Giant Eagle partnered with checkout-free technology provider Grabango to create a checkout-free supermarket experience. Through computer vision, artificial intelligence and cameras, consumers can skip the wait and head home with their purchases.

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