USA: Sacramento KFC to test self-service fastfood express lanes
A Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet in Sacramento, California, will offer consumers the chance to avoid the queues by using new express counter service technology. Salem-based International Automated Systems' (IAS) OrderXCEL incorporates IAS' patented automated biometric fingerprint technology. It allows fastfood customers to enter an order on a touch-pad screen and pay with cash, check, credit or debit card - all without the need for a counterperson.
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