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What Do Retailers Need Now? Resilient Solutions Prove Vital to Investing in the Future

The pandemic has proven the indispensable nature of effective business tools that can adapt to new data and reporting requirements.

Using Data to Identify and Stop Self-Checkout Fraud

The lack of self-checkout oversight by employees creates significant risk of mistakes or even fraud, especially transactional fraud.

Returning to Pre-Pandemic Consumer Confidence

Retailers that implement new processes that demonstrate they’re keeping people safe will undoubtedly be seen favorably by shoppers.
ThinkLP Analytics

The Formula for Success in Loss Prevention

There are two ways to maximizing the sum total of the potential value of ideas: increase the number of ideas and maximize the value of each individual idea.
retail fraud

Five Most Elusive Types of Retail Fraud and How to Detect Them

Modern retail asset protection requires powerful tools to identify and eliminate internal and external fraud among all the categories of Total Retail Loss.
Tom Meehan

How Retailers Can Use Computer Vision to Adapt to Changing Times

One widely discussed technologies is artificial intelligence and one of the forms of AI most easily applicable to the retail environment is computer vision.

Roadmap to Restoring Employee Trust, Regaining Competitive Advantage

There is a lot to look forward to as retail reopens. But capitalizing on post-pandemic sales should be accompanied by a renewed commitment to our people.

Identifying In-Store Inventory Issues Automatically

Inventory management underpins nearly every goal a retailer has, so executing effective management within the store is critically important.
retail shopper in mask and gloves

Stepping Up During This Time of Crisis—LP Leadership’s Role

These are unprecedented times in our world, our lives, and of course, our industry. As front-line defenders, loss prevention leadership is in a critical...

Security Must Address Intruders by Accounting for Human Kindness

Tailgating has always posed a significant threat, but organizations are still struggling to stop it. The easiest solution—to tell employees to not allow tailgating and to intervene when they see it—has never done the trick.