myHermes is kitting out its network of ParcelShop stores with 1,500 secure devices that enable customers to print a label and pay for a delivery in-store. Until now, customers have been limited to booking and paying for a delivery on the company’s website, before printing the label themselves and handing the package to a courier or ParcelShop. ‘Pay and Print In Store’ devices incorporate a touch screen, card reader and Zebra printer. Users simply enter the recipient’s name and address, plus their own email address, before using a debit or credit card to pay. Once completed, the device will print the label, which the user attaches to the parcel before leaving it with the ParcelShop. Following the transaction, myHermes will send the customer a confirmation email and a link to tracking information.
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