01.19.2012 -- NextLP: Mobility Isn't Just Meant For Customers
Four Trillion Reasons For GPS By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
The more than four trillion dollars US consumers spend annually on retail goods is worth protecting, but what works, and at what cost to retailers?
Featured Integrated Solutions For Retailers Article
American Apparel's EAS Audit Surprises By Bob Johns, Integrated Solutions For Retailers magazine
Like most retailers today, American Apparel is always
concerned with external shrink. The company had implemented an EAS system, but, like many retailers, its shrink numbers were still growing.
Guest Expert Series
Mobility Isn't Just Meant For Customers By Rich Mellott, president, DIGIOP
Customers will continue to demand multichannels for shopping, and the in-store experience will require ongoing differentiation. As a leader in the retail sector, how can you manage all the moving parts of this changing industry, understand your customers, and respond to their needs dynamically, while defending yourself against margin-eaters like theft?
How Do You Prove ROI On An Idea? By Tim Fisher, director asset protection and safety, Best Buy
It was Mark Twain who said, "A person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds." There are a few "cranks" running around the retail loss prevention community talking about a new technology — an idea that can/will change the way we all do business in retail.
Tellermate Helps Panda Express Streamline Cash Management Submitted by Tellermate
Panda Express restaurants historically counted all cash for drawer close-outs and deposits manually, which took an excessive amount of time and resulted in inaccurate counting. To help streamline administration of all of their cash and ensure count accuracy, Panda Express has been relying on cash management tools from Tellermate at each of its restaurants for the past ten years.
The power of the collaboration between retail loss prevention and information technology departments is not lost on veteran LP solutions salesman Jeff Powers, senior director of sales for Verint Software.
The threat is real, and collectively, retail's defenses are weak. We're talking about payment card holder data security, and according to Visa, only 40% of those it classifies as level one retailers (those conducting 6 million or more card transactions per year) are compliant.
With the addition of exclusive restaurants, a multiplex movie theater, an off-track betting facility, and a 24-hour fitness gym, Golf Mill Shopping Center in Niles, IL, felt that the increase in visitor and vehicle traffic warranted additional security measures.
Wednesday, January 25 | 1 p.m. EST This webinar will provide system integrators and end users with an overview of how video management software (VMS) and video analytics can be effectively deployed in retail environments.