10.20.2011 -- NextLP: Garden Fresh Boosts Profits $920 Per Site/Month
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When Security Matters Most By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
It's easy to quantify the value of Loss Prevention teams in terms of shrink. It's much harder to put a price on the security they provide, but on Saturday I learned it's far more valuable than catching a shoplifter.
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Cloud-Based Video Analytics Reduce Cashier Shrink By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
Most 10-store grocery chains don't even have a director of loss prevention, much less sophisticated LP technology. But the director of LP at 9-store, 650-employee Woods Supermarkets (Bolivar, MO) isn't like most directors of LP either.
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Garden Fresh Boosts Profits $920 Per Site/Month Submitted by Envysion
After rolling out a point of sale (POS) system, Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. promptly realized they needed the visual context behind the transactions to fully understand the data and guard against shrink.
Catch POS Exceptions With Network Video Submitted by Axis Communications
Every day, millions of dollars disappear from POS terminals in retail stores. The ways to manipulate cash counters are many, ranging from unauthorized discounts to actual theft.
Chris Copenhaver is an LP man of the "hands on" variety. His company provides outsourced security services to retailers on a national scale, deploying LP personnel at virtually any level its clients need.
Check Into Cash, the pioneer of payday advance services, has more than 1000 retail centers in 30 states nationwide. It is in the business of serving customers who need a short-term loan between paychecks.
Hurricane Katrina was the first disaster in which local, state, and federal agencies worked with retailers to respond to the needs of communities. The role that retailers play in the recovery from calamity was further punctuated during the recent earthquake that rocked Washington D.C. coupled with the threat of hurricane Irene.
Doug Wallace, VP of the retail division at Wincor Nixdorf, talks to Associate Editor Erin Harris about various retail growth strategies, including the importance of the automation of cash management.
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