self-service

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or denoting an establishment (a restaurant or shop etc.) where customers serve themselves
NOUN
  1. the practice of serving yourself (as in a grocery or cafeteria)
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How To Use self-service In A Sentence

  • If organizations are to control spiralling security management costs and minimize user downtime they need to introduce a significant degree of automation and self-service, while meeting compliance objectives.
  • The bright green and purple self-service coin-counting machines are in more than 7,500 groceries nationwide, including Albertson's, Food Emporium, Kroger and Safeway.
  • Savings multiply as you realise how many routine business processes can be moved out of the enterprise onto the end user through self-service functions.
  • The following morning, after stoking up well for the day with a self-service full English breakfast, we headed for Our Dynamic Earth, a £34 million project built on three levels.
  • It offers customer self-service and the ability to record, monitor and report on all the integrations.
  • It also provides an interactive workspace, within which collaboration, workflow and self-service can occur.
  • There is an app for mobile phones and the stores have become more high-tech with self-service checkouts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Buying tickets is easier too, thanks to a new advanced booking line and a new entrance gallery with state-of-the-art computerised ticket vending and a self-service credit card point.
  • The very idea of a self-service grocery checkout is strange and wonderful.
  • If self-service tills do become mainstream in the high street they are likely to come at the cost of jobs. Times, Sunday Times
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