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Finally, a self-checkout supermarket opens in Phl

Published May 12, 2021 11:25 am

Proudly the first in the country, AllDay recently launched the much-awaited self-checkout service at Evia Lifestyle Center in Alabang.

Leading supermarkets all over the world have implemented self-checkout—a push toward safety, customer independence and efficiency—and AllDay continues to be the country’s pioneer in terms of best practices and technology.

Taking pride in elevating the Filipino grocery experience, AllDay also banners beautiful stores, well-lit aisles, extensive fresh selections and a comprehensive international item offering.

“AllDay continuously innovates and pushes to outpace the Philippine landscape of supermarkets,” says Camille Villar, president of the AllValue retail ecosystem.

“In addition to providing a beautiful in-store experience for our customers, our self-service counters are sure to delight, as they are efficient and provide an added layer of safety, especially in this pandemic. We are truly excited to roll this out in our other locations.”

The self-service kiosks directly answer the discerning market’s need for efficient transaction and additional safety measures, especially during this worldwide pandemic. It also serves both AllDay customers and staff, as it lessens unnecessary interactions between shoppers and cashiers and other personnel.

Customers can check out at their own pace and make single transactions easily—they can simply grab, check out, and go. As this is a relatively new technology to the Filipino market, AllDay Supermarket continues its thrust of providing customer service champions to assist first-time users of the self-checkout counters.

AllDay continues to grow its retail footprint in the Philippine market, with its network of 32 stores nationwide. It also has its very own e-grocery platform to serve the entire NCR+ market and offering same-day delivery in select locations.


Editor’s Note: This article was provided by AllDay.