Integrating Self-Checkouts has never been easier

No need to invest a lot upfront to integrate a self-checkout to your system landscape.

With our well-documented APIs and a wide-range of ready made integrations, you can plug it in and have self-checkout transactions running today.


No need to change a running system.
Simply enhance it.

We enable you to enhance your POS with self-checkouts.

We provide a range of ready integrations and have a simple and well-documented API that makes it simple to get new integrations in as fast as 2 weeks sprints. We believe in the importance of reliability and stability and don't expect you to get rid of any working system or having to go through long development cycles to implement self-checkout capabilities to your point-of-sale.

There is no simpler way to level up your POS

We provide the self-checkout
that plugs into your system landscape

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Treating integrations as a core feature

Implementing to the existing ecosystem of our customers is part of our product strategy which is why our team of developers is constantly enhancing our integration capabilities to fit your needs. We are constantly developing new integrations to the systems you are already using or may decide to use in the future.

Well-documented API

A crucial part of our product is our API that enables bi-lateral integrations. You can integrate either from the POS into our system or we integrate our self-checkout into the POS API.
In addition to your POS, we also integrate with a wider part of your system landscape such as your ERP or menu provision system. This way we make it simple to create a consistent information flow between the crucial system parts and create a seamless user experiences.

Data security and GDPR compliance

We developed our solution with data security, privacy and GDPR compliance by design. We follow those principle on every tier of our solution.
Read more about how we are achieving it on this page.

Commonly asked questions by IT departments

Can I keep my current POS


In most cases, yes. We constantly develop our integrations and add additional POS systems to our portfolio. If we don't integrate with your current POS provider, we do that in preparation to your rollout. The integration is simple and can go both ways. Either we integrate to the POS or the POS provider uses our well-documented API to integrate with us. To see what POS integrations we are already providing today, check out this site.

What payment service provider are you using for pin transactions?


Firstly, we don't have to integrate with a payment service provider and don't have to handle pin transactions if you simply keep your existing POS. However, if you want to use VisioLab as a standalone POS with our TSE, you can pick one from the providers that we already integrated. If we don't have them in our integration portfolio yet, you can simply request us to integrate your provider of choice. Check out this site to see all the payment service providers we have already implemented.

What do you need the ERP for?


To streamline the user experience, we use your ERP or menu planning system to pull the menu for the given day automatically and prepare our system for your staff to start the training process. While with many other solutions, you have to manually type in the menu of the day into the self-checkout and have a long and peculiar training process, we simply pull the data into the system and enable the user to train it. This way, your daily onboarding of a menu takes less than 5 minutes on average.

How does the integration with our POS provider work?


On a technical level, we leverage the existing APIs, act like an advanced scanner and send all the information about what's on the tray to the POS. We give the option to select a payment method and simply trigger the payment. This way, your integration efforts as well as the impact on security and privacy is as low as possible.

Is your solution secure?


Contrary to many other providers that are using Linux as their operating system, we are using iPads and therefore iPad OS. While some people believe that iPadOS may be less secure than Linux, we have a contrary opinion on this topic.

While other operating systems such as Linux give a lot more options to customize the security settings, it also requires the company to have all the expertise in place to constantly develop and monitor the security of their Linux version on their devices. 
So, while Linux can hypothetically be more secure than iPadOS, the reality is that it's less likely to be more secure when it comes from a self-checkout provider that builds their hardware themselves and also have a need to implement top notch security.

In terms of security, we rely on one of the biggest tech companies in the world and trust their capability to keep iPadOS secure. This way, we believe that we provide a much more secure system than all other competitors in the market and can solely focus our development efforts on building the best self-checkout experience in the market.

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Book a demo with our sales team and see our technology in action. Speak to one of our customers to hear more about the experience made on a daily basis and the seamlessness of integrating high-tech into the daily operational routine.