The customer selects the products they need in the store and puts them in a basket or pocket and passes through a bioptic scanner. The scanner breaks through barcodes not individually, but all at the same time. A list of products will appear on the terminal and the client can pay with a card or in cash. Thus, the client spends just a few seconds scanning products and does not waste time on the queue. Such a product will certainly attract people's attention, because nowadays everyone appreciates their time.
Negotiations are underway to create a prototype with an American company that produces scanners. Possible customers examined.
2. Hypermarkets of household appliances and electronics
3. Clothing stores
In each city there are at least 100 supermarkets and a dozen hypermarkets. There are no restrictions for this business. The whole world is open to him. Firstly, such an innovation will attract the attention of customers. Secondly, a supermarket with such a cash register can replace a dozen cash registers with cashiers and save money. Thirdly, it is a convenience for the client.
Problem or Opportunity
Problems to be solved by the project:
1. The queue at the checkout
2. Costs for cashiers, computers, and conventional scanners.
1.Expansion of sales geography
2.Product Demand Growth
Solution (product or service)
All people are faced with one problem in the supermarket - the line at the checkout. On average, it takes 3.5 minutes to serve one client. If there are 10 people in line, the client will have to wait more than half an hour. In addition, there may be problems with the staff. Thanks to a special program and a bioptic scanner. For this, supermarkets need a large bioptic scanner. All products are scanned simultaneously, and there is no need to waste time scanning products. Therefore, a person spends at the checkout not 3.5 minutes, but only a few seconds.
1.Amazon Go: Track and capture products using multiple RFID cameras and scanners. Payment is made in the Amazon mobile application. The first store is being tested in Seattle, America.
2. Self-service cash desk: the client independently scans barcodes without the help of a cashier and pays at the terminals.
For my competitors, a person needs to pull products out of the cart and punch barcodes separately, and in my case, a person does not have to put products in the cart and pull them out at the checkout, he can immediately put both people in bags or in pockets together with products passes through the scanner, and then, when a person passes through the scanner, the scanner punches all products inseparably, but together. Such an innovative cash desk can replace the top ten cashiers and reduce the queue time. In Kazakhstan, only one supermarket has a self-service cash desk, there is no cashier, and the buyer himself scans the barcodes separately.
Advantages or differentiators
3.Ease of use.
Supermarkets spend $ 200 each on ten cashiers. This is already $ 2,000 only for a monthly salary. Ten computers for 300 dollars and ten scanners for 200 dollars, totaling $ 5,000 plus repair.Money for the development of the prototype is calculating . The price of the scanner will depend on the price of the prototype
Objectives of the enterprise:
1. Creating a prototype
2. Obtain all necessary regulatory agreements and licenses;
3. Attracting investment in serial production of the product.
Money will be spent on
The first investment will be directed to the development of a prototype. Further investments in the construction of a factory for mass production of scanners.