Retailers and their loss prevention leaders have an opportunity to forge more resilient, efficient, and agile operations as they make their way back from the global health crisis currently halting economic activity.
With all the programs that loss prevention is responsible for, key systems tend to be a forgotten or overlooked asset that can cost retailers more than they expect.
When considering the problem of loss in a retail environment, it’s natural to first think about the register. After all, it’s where money changes...
“The global IoT (Internet of Things) in retail market is expected to grow from US $14.3 billion in 2015 to US $35.6 billion by...
While some companies had to shut their doors either by choice or by mandate, every retailer is affected by this unprecedented global event. There are a number of steps retailers can take, however, to prepare for the unknown as well as protect themselves, their associates, customers, and communities during an emergency event.
Big or small, a retailer has a range of technology options to improve security and loss prevention—but none of those should be used in a silo.
In September, we learned that Protos Security and Security Resources Inc. (SRI) had joined forces and are now one company. With that news came much excitement, as well as many questions from clients and guarding subcontractors alike.
Imagine an after-hours store burglary. But instead of the perpetrator escaping into the night with whatever merchandise he can fit in his backpack, he...
Experienced loss prevention professionals are used to a certain process of developing solutions to mitigate loss—we look at the tools we already have and try to come up with new ways to use them. However, this is not the future of innovation anywhere, let alone for the rapidly evolving landscape of retail.
Fire alarm and security is a critical component of the operation of any facility. The effectiveness of your systems is influenced by the company you trust to service your equipment.