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checkout

[′chek‚au̇t]
(computer science)
A collection of routines that are built into a compiler to test and debug programs.
(engineering)
A sequence of actions to test or examine a thing as to its readiness for incorporation into a new phase of use or as to the performance of its intended function.
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Visa Checkout was first launched in July 2014 and is a quick and easy payment service to pay for goods online, on any device, in just a few clicks.
On the following pages, we'll look at several new trends in checking out and the effects these new models have had on improving the checkout process at home improvement outlets around the country.
This process is expected to enable shoppers to eliminate an average of 15 steps from the online checkout process.
Health campaigners are lobbying supermarkets to stock fruit at checkouts.
Pathmark seems to be cutting regular checkout lines and forcing people into scan-your- own.
Dynamic Checkout is provided at no additional cost for 2Checkout customers.
Globally, over three million Visa Checkout accounts have been created to date, with access to over 110 eCommerce retailers.
The checkout lane is where consumers undergo a transition "from shopping mode to a transaction mode, where they pay for their purchases and move on," Jones notes.
noticed a reduction in the size of the lines at its checkouts immediately after installing self-checkout units.
We are looking forward to installing this smart and simple new technology in our store and providing our customers different checkout options.
All 15 checkouts were open and the checkout assistant was happy to clean up beetroot juice that had spilt from the conveyor belt.