The Sensormatic® Global Shrink Index is a culmination of research that measures worldwide retailer performance, allowing retailers to benchmark their shrink rates to others in the same vertical and region. Read More
Tag: electronic article surveillance
European EAS and RFID Tags Now Available in North America Through New Partnership Between CONTROLTEK and Thoonsen
CONTROLTEK has recently entered into an agreement with French EAS innovator Thoonsen to bring some of the most popular electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags in Europe to the North American market.
“Thoonsen excels in several important EAS segments, such as eyewear protection, padlock-style tags, and solutions for food & drug retailers,” Read More
A leading European developer and manufacturer of EAS security equipment and other Smart Store performance solutions, Gateway AB, has announced a strategic partnership with Best Security Industries (BSI) to target the North American retail market. Read More
Checkpoint optimizes retail operations and efficiencies with real-time, intuitive data delivered throughout the supply chain and in store. Come see Alpha first and discover more proven intelligent retail solutions from Checkpoint at Booth 218. Read More
Tyco Retail Solutions to Showcase Sensormatic Shrink Management as a Service at 2018 RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference
Tyco Retail Solutions will showcase its Sensormatic Shrink Management as a Service (SMaaS) at the 2018 RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference, April 29–May 2, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, FL. This loss prevention platform is designed to help retailers enhance productivity, and increase reliability and Read More
By John Wilson
If connectivity in today’s digital world represents “everything,” then surely the opposite must be true of disconnectivity.
As we immerse ourselves in the 21st century and the Internet of Things—the symbiosis between design and device—and live our lives according to the new laws of online and omni-channel retailing that are but Read More
By Bill McBeath
Over recent years, we’ve witnessed a resurgence of interest and substantial growth in the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in retail—a veritable RFID renaissance—with more than six billion tags used in 2016 alone, not just in apparel, but for other categories and uses as well.
We wanted to find Read More