THE FAST LANE

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Shoppers are ready and willing to embrace self-checkout technology, according to an in-store survey taken by SN here last month.The poll found that customers quickly adapt to the machines, find them simple to use, and greatly appreciate their potential for reducing the time spent waiting in lines. A majority of those who have used the machines said they prefer them to cashiers when

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Shoppers are ready and willing to embrace self-checkout technology, according to an in-store survey taken by SN here last month.

The poll found that customers quickly adapt to the machines, find them simple to use, and greatly appreciate their potential for reducing the time spent waiting in lines. A majority of those who have used the machines said they prefer them to cashiers when they have a small order.

The negatives cited were surprisingly few, with some

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