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Case Study - Check In Kiosks

Case Study

Customer Experience Improvements in a Major Convenience Retailer

25% improvement of in-store wait times
3months Project Completion

In the 24 months since deploying the capability, the retailer has delivered more than 16,500 orders valued at $6M in revenue.

Customer Profile

One of the largest national convenience retailers was looking to streamline the process of how to service customers in their pharmacies more efficiently.

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The Challenge

The convenience retail chain had been serving customers in their pharmacies as they walked in and got in a physical line. They were looking to improve this experience for customers to increase customer satisfaction and drive repeat usage. Additionally, they were looking to improve the employee experience, allowing employees to know who is in que and what they are there for to reduce service times at the desk.

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The Solution

Check-in kiosks were installed in the front of the store, allowing customers to identify themselves and self check-in for their pharmacy pick-up, before they got into the actual pharmacy line. Pharmacy associates in the back are notified upon check-in and can begin prepping the customer’s order. The customer is then free to browse the store while waiting, receiving a text message when it is their turn.

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The Results

In-store wait times were reduced by over a 25 percent. Team member engagement increased with better control of the operations. Employees are very happy with the new solution. Nextuple was chosen because of our deep domain knowledge in building store fulfillment applications. The convenience retailer was looking to move very quickly and Nextuple was able to complete the project in 3 months. Nextuple delivered ahead of schedule and provided extensive user support, including training, UAT, and facilitation, to ensure a smooth transition.

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