Evaluating the needs of three types of organizations by analyzing their growth profiles, surveillance requirements and technology tolerance.
Investing in proper infrastructure and taking the time to understand how to use analytics empowers retailers.
High-definition, megapixel cameras can cover larger areas with fewer cameras while delivering superior detail and improving overall security operations.
Redamak’s faces challenges ranging from theft to fraud to employee safety.
Retailers need to quit thinking of surveillance systems as repositories of what’s been seen and recorded and, instead, think of cameras as sensors in a system.
The ideal solution for busy retailers is a video surveillance solution that’s not only integrated with their point-of-sale (POS) system but is also custom-designed to automatically generate daily exception reports that zero-in on potentially suspicious transactions.
NRF survey also finds store merchandise credit/gift card fraud is troubling new problem for retailers.
As IP technology and advanced video surveillance systems become increasingly popular, video analytics have officially entered the mainstream.
For read/write desktop applications, such as library checkout, inventory systems, or other track and trace applications, requiring the reading of any articles, documents and books that are identified with HF contactless labels.
Surveillance systems provides a savings of over 1.6 million dollars within a year since launch.
The comprehensive new solution helps retailers enhance security, ensure store compliance and increase revenues by 10 percent or more.
New Illustra 600 Box and Bullet Cameras bring high-quality, superior low-light performance and are easy to install.
A Garland, Texas trucking company, that has lost thousands due to gas thieves, decides to give technology a try to put an end to their losses.
Milestone provides Creaseys Guernsey management team and supervisors with an effective tool for protecting the outlet from cash handling and high-value item theft.
The numbers speak for themselves. Reducing employee theft within your organization is one of the quickest ways to grow your bottom line. On average, employees steal an average of $1,944 per incident—more than eight times higher than shoplifters.
In a challenging, ever-changing retail environment, it’s more important than ever for retailers to find innovative solutions to tackle enormous margin-eaters, like theft, in order to create operational efficiencies and protect their bottom line.
The National Retail Security Survey shows that the U.S. retail industry lost more than $35 billion to theft in 2011. The survey also analyzes key loss prevention trends for retailers leading into the holiday season.
We live in an amazing era of computing that allows almost anyone to view images and videos from around the world on their device of choice with just a few clicks.
During the last 10-15 years, the retail industry has experienced a transformation from traditional brick and mortar store to newer technology platforms such as e-commerce, powerful search engines and social media. As a result, brick and mortar retailers have had to re-visit their strategic priorities to focus on higher levels of customer experience, channel convergence plans and new marketing and merchandizing approaches. Alongside, price pressure and lower margins continue to require retailers to drive higher efficiencies in store operations through improved workforce management, product placement and store layouts.