The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced that ALTO has become its newest doctorate level partner. ALTO has been a longtime partner and supporter of the LPF, and with its commitment to becoming a doctorate level partner, it is continuing to set an example to the industry regarding the importance of continued education. The doctorate level partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships and complimentary LPF memberships for ALTO to distribute to loss prevention professionals.
“ALTO has truly demonstrated their commitment to our industry by advancing their partnership, once again, to the doctorate level,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “Our partners are what make it possible for us to continue to fulfill the mission of the LPF, which is education for the LP industry through our LPQ and LPC certifications. Partners, like ALTO, who believe in and invest in our mission are invaluable to the LPF and I am so excited to continue partnering with them at this advanced level.”
ALTO USA is an international solution provider bringing asset protection and risk management programs to the North American marketplace. ALTO solutions are used in over 25,000 locations in six countries with retailers and logistics partners large and small successfully reducing theft incidents, enhancing customer and employee safety, ensuring an efficient supply chain, increasing revenues from better product availability, bridging the gap between retailers and law enforcement, and improving community relations that enhance the retail brand.
Cristian Lopez, ALTO CEO, said, “A major part of our culture includes learning and empowering our team to grow in their careers. All our new team members receive the LPQ or LPC; this provides a framework for our team to develop their knowledge of the industry. As they interact with a variety of retailers, their confidence level increases, and they become an even better partner. The mission of the LPF is a great match with our values and expanding to the doctorate level was a no-brainer for ALTO.”