To provide innovative welfare for its employees, Bank of America engages Butterfly’s Self Checkout Micro Market to meet employees’ desire for efficiency and technology.
Bank of America
BANK OF AMERICA:
CREATING EFFICIENCY AT THE WORKPLACE FOR ALL
Prior to engaging Butterfly, the Bank of America struggled with efficiency, especially when selling small merchandises to its employees, such as simple snacks or drinks. Given the fast paced company culture and work ethic, most employees desired greater efficiency when purchasing, such as a self-checkout system that was more productive and less reliant on manpower. Employees greatly desired such change to better suit their workplace needs while staying ahead with changing times.
AT A GLANCE
Thus, to address employees’ concerns and grievances, Bank of America implemented Butterfly’s Self Checkout Micro Market, allowing employees to pay for their purchases with greater ease and efficiency. This solution is highly digitized and automatic, allowing employees to checkout directly based on a system of trust and self-service. This sped up the entire shopping experience while reducing waiting time, creating a more joyous and simple experience for all patrons.