At a time when store margins are under intense competitive pressure, retail shrink can make or break a retailer’s bottom line. But today’s retail shrink numbers are vulnerable to blind spots and imprecise metrics. In addition, most analysis and response to retail shrink are backward-looking: useful for staffing and long-term Read More
Tag: electronic surveillance equipment
“Great ideas are worthless unless they are put into practice.”
Most, if not all, of us have experienced this maxim time and time again in our business careers. We have a brilliant plan that will significantly reduce shortage, improve efficiencies, and increase safety of our employees and customers. There is just one problem: we Read More
This may sound controversial, but it’s been my observation that over the years that loss prevention professionals are behavioral experts first and technicians second. LP decision-makers should strive to deploy countermeasures that effectively convince criminals not to attempt or commit a crime.
To cost-effectively do this without harming the customer experience, Read More
Johnson Controls has recently announced the launch of its new e-commerce site – shop.sensormatic.com – designed to provide small and mid-size US retailers with a fast, convenient and secure way to purchase genuine Sensormatic brand anti-theft hard tags and labels. Retailers now have easy access to acousto-magnetic (AM) tags and Read More
USS has recently unveiled the results of a recent study conducted by the Loss Prevention Retail Council (LPRC), to test the benefits of their Tactical Tagging loss prevention strategy using their Mini Patriot electronic article surveillance (EAS) products.
Tactical Tagging is an asset protection approach that aims to confuse and deter Read More
CONTROLTEK has recently announced the release of an electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag made specifically for small leather goods, reportedly the first of its kind. The self-alarming, tag dubbed the FlatGuard™, is slim enough to fit inside a wallet and other merchandise too small for classic EAS tags, yet still Read More
When looking to protect their merchandise, retailers can choose from a number of electronic article surveillance (EAS) hard tag options, including in-store applied hard and alarming tags, factory-applied source/soft tag labels, and factory-applied hard tags (FAHT).
FAHT differ from in-store applied hard tags and factory-applied soft tags in several ways, depending on Read More
More than ever, it seems that those in loss prevention are being faced with a plethora of new loss prevention technology solutions. In fact, at a recent loss prevention conference organized by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), over 37 different technologies were being promoted, including global positioning systems (GPS), Read More
Target store loss prevention programs are a key approach to help us to drive down shrink at stores that experience the highest loss rates. They are designed to focus our resources on the areas of the company where losses are highest. Certainly, the most compelling reasons to implement a high-shrink Read More
USS recently announced the expansion of its electronic article surveillance (EAS) system integration capabilities and offerings to include radio-frequency identification(RFID} technology; made possible through a new partnership with enterprise RFID hardware and software manufacturer and developer,Mojix, Inc.
Founded in 2004, California-based Mojix specializes in solution providers and system integrators partnerships to Read More