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BOSTON — A mobile shopping platform has inked a deal to sell its checkout solution to various retailers.
AisleBuyer said that Alliance will sell its mobile self-checkout solution, which allows shoppers to scan a bar code, read product information and reviews, and complete the checkout process directly from a mobile device without having to wait in line.
"AisleBuyer has developed something really exciting by fundamentally changing the way people experience shopping," said Jeff Coppolo, managing director and partner of Alliance. "We at Alliance are excited to leverage our payments expertise and relationships to support AisleBuyer's sales efforts and are confident that customer demand will be high."
AisleBuyer's chief revenue officer, Mark Farnham, stated: "In our discussions with major retailers, there's been a real demand for mobile self-checkout technology, and this partnership with Alliance will help us implement our solution quickly and reliably, offering immediate value to retailers of all types."