5.17.2012 -- NextLP: Change Your Business: Redefining The Role Of LP
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Are Your Employees Suffering From EAS Desensitization? By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
What good is an EAS alarm if front-of-store associates ignore it? Maximizing the value of your EAS infrastructure might require a little networking and integration with intelligent people counters.
Featured Integrated Solutions For Retailers Article
Exception Reporting Makes Fraud An Easy Mark By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
For its first 33 years in business, asset protection simply wasn't a priority at Mark's. The Canadian apparel retailer had no software tools dedicated to theft or fraud investigation, only a couple of employees in the sales audit department who looked for credit and debit transaction anomalies.
Guest Expert Series
Maximize Top Line Sales Growth With Video Driven BI, Guest Series Part 2 By Carlos Perez, VP of marketing, Envysion
Welcome to the second article in this three-part guest series, presented by Envysion, which focuses on using video-driven business intelligence™ to improve decision making and drive top-line growth and profitability. Read on to learn the tactical steps leading retailers are taking to improve the marketing, merchandising, and customer service aspects of the in-store experience and how these efforts translate to increased basket size, higher sales, and more repeat customers. You can catch up with Part 1 here.
Featured LP Articles
Change Your Business: Redefining The Role Of LP By Rich Mellott, president, DIGIOP
Loss prevention professionals play a vital role in the profitability and success of their retail organizations. They perform the traditional role of protecting company assets, improving shrink prevention, reducing fraud, preventing theft, and improving safety; yet, they have the opportunity to do more.
A New Line Of Defense Against ORC By Matt Pillar, editor in chief
Anti-ORC (organized retail crime) initiatives achieve new levels of sophistication when technology is leveraged to connect the dots. In an effort to curb ORC losses and literally make the world safer, retailers are using business intelligence drawn from store systems/devices to build cases, recoup losses, and enable the prosecution of offenders.
How To Avoid Losing Profits From Counterfeit Bills By Dr. Tomasz Jagielinski, Cummins Allison San Diego Research Group
Counterfeiting of legal currency has been a challenge ever since money has been used in exchange for goods and services. Counterfeit currency poses a threat not only to banks, but also to retail stores, restaurants, and other cash-handling businesses.
How To Manage Cross-Channel Transaction Risk By Kamila Kibilda, vice president of risk operations, Certegy, an FIS company
Fraud is opportunistic and ever-changing. It continues to cost retailers billions of dollars annually, especially during these tough economic times. Fraud has no boundaries and targets retailers across all payment channels, focusing most aggressively on the least-monitored or otherwise most-exposed areas in the organization.
Managing special events is relevant to every segment of retail, and is an activity that can be forever improved. From Black Friday, to special promotions, celebrity appearances, and new product releases, special events are a common occurrence in retail.
June 20 to 22, 2012
New Orleans, LA
The NRF Loss Prevention Conference & EXPO is the nation’s leading retail-specific event for professionals specializing in loss prevention, asset protection, and risk management. With so much new information out there, NRF is showcasing the latest strategies and technology that protect you and your customers.