Here we are at the third and final installment of the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine. I had indicated in the first two articles that part of the third article would include a future look at some of the most important loss prevention technologies and practices such as Read More
Tag: mobile commerce
Millennials Take Over Retail
Another sports retailer files bankruptcy
Man steals from multiple employers
Lottery theft scheme
Pentagon $1 Million Travel Card Fraud
Jail after 56th shoplifting conviction
Thief steals 1.7kg gold from store
Much has been written over the past several years about the new connected consumer. Pressure on retailers may never be greater to deliver on demands to provide better service, more educated sales associates, and merchandise available anytime, anywhere.
The way customers choose to shop is evolving as well. Show-rooming is transitioning Read More
There has been much written over the past several years about the new connected consumer. Pressure on retailers may never be greater to deliver on demands to provide better service, more educated sales associates, and merchandise available anytime, anywhere.
The way customers choose to shop is evolving as well. Show-rooming is Read More
Rapid developments in mobile technologies now mean that some retailers are offering customers the opportunity to use their own devices to scan and pay for products in their stores, frequently with little or no staff interaction. For some this represents the natural next step in the seemingly relentless move toward Read More
By LPM Admin
The intriguing story of how Walgreens and its retail security team started preparing for trouble they anticipated in Ferguson, MO – a full six months before the controversial verdict in the shooting of Michael Brown was rendered – is something every loss prevention professional will want to read.
This in-depth report Read More
By LPM Admin
Many merchants underestimate the increased importance of security in e-business
Boise, USA/London, UK – 18/05/2015 – More retailers are enjoying the benefits of mobile commerce – but many are not yet doing enough to counteract the ecommerce fraud risks that come with this opportunity, a new study suggests.
The third-annual Mobile Payments & Fraud: 2015 Report, Read More
Leading one of the latest consumer trends, Apple Pay, the mobile payment system from Apple, went live in late October 2014. The application lets consumers pay at participating retailers using an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. A fingerprint sensor on the phone, called Touch ID, acts as the authorization mechanism. Read More