Knowing that asset protection and loss prevention professionals face shrink challenges from many angles, Corrective Education Company (CEC) is proud to introduce its Mobile Asset Protection Platform (MAPP). This platform will enable store personnel to capture information at the site of the incident with the use of a mobile device loaded with CEC’s applications. The applications ensure the capture of more accurate and consistent data that can be fed to existing systems. This will help retailers remain compliant with company procedures and increase the efficiency of processing claims and performing audits.
“CEC’s MAPP platform is a bridge to future efficiencies. It is an expansion upon the success we have had processing shoplifters through our restorative justice program. We are excited to be providing a more all-encompassing solution to the asset protection and loss prevention community” said Brian Ashton, CEO of Corrective Education Company.
The platform is comprised of multiple apps to help retailers with different situations such as slip, trip, and fall accidents, hazmat disposal, and safety audits. All these applications can be customized to match retailers’ needs and can be accessed through a mobile device. They create a single source of entry that can then feed other systems that are already in place. To find out more, stop by Booth 415 at RILA or contact Corrective Education Company at CorrectiveEducation.com.