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Sunday, September 17, 2006
If McDonalds can outsource drive through teller work to call centers in India, why not take a convenience store one step further and eliminate employees all together. That's just what this Get and Go has achieved. No employees all vending machines and atm tellers and plans to do more like lotto tickets. One thing they are not missing is a healthy margin. Upwards of 60%! Technorati Tags: no employee store, no employees, automated store