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New POS Platform Transforms From Full- to Self-Service

Diebold Nixdorf's Easy One designed to reduce retailer cost of ownership
Diebold Nixdorf DN Series Easy One POS
Photograph courtesy of Diebold Nixdorf

Diebold Nixdorf's new point-of-sale platform is designed to allow assisted or full self-service checkout.

The DN Series Easy One is built to transform shopping experiences, improve store efficiency and reduce retailer total cost of ownership, according to the manufacturer. Designed for retail environments where maximum flexibility is required, the DN Series Easy One can be configured for assisted, semi-assisted or full self-service checkout while offering options for peripherals and mounting.

Featuring clip-on, clip-off modularity, the Easy One can connect a scalable range of possibilities like consumer and attendant screens, printers or scanners. As the most compact solution in the DN Series product line, Easy One can be wall-mounted, pole-mounted, used as a furniture-agnostic tabletop device, or in conjunction with a cash rack.

The unit's flexible configuration avoids costly customizations needed to support various retail environments, the company said.

"The DN Series Easy One will be a game changer and was built to stay ahead of ever-changing consumer demands, which we know is a key challenge for retailers," said Matt Redwood, vice president of retail technology solutions at Diebold Nixdorf. "Flexibility at the front-end is critical in today's fast-paced environment. ... For retailers, it enables improved staff availability and better utilization with the flexibility to be converted from self-service back into a traditional assisted POS lane in seconds."

Hudson, Ohio-based Diebold Nixdorf Inc. automates, digitizes and transforms the way people bank and shop.

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