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Checkpoint Systems’ New EAS System Designed for Convenience Stores

Checkpoint Systems, Inc, a global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, recently announced its CLASSIC N10 electronic article surveillance (EAS) solution, which...

Checkpoint’s Mobile App Provides Retailers with EAS, ORC Management

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. (NYSE:CKP), a global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, today announced EVOLVE-Store, a real-time app for smartphones and tablets that...

Research Reveals Great Disconnect Between Loss Prevention, IT and Other Business Units in Retail

IHL Group study investigates impact as retail LP technologies become IP-enabled and IT and other business units leverage for functions beyond traditional LP; Retailers with greater than $1B in revenue spend 8.3 percent of IT budget on LP priorities other than PCI and data breach protection

The Global Retail Theft Barometer

It probably comes as no surprise that shrink remains a significant operational challenge for retailers around the world. That's one top-line conclusion of the...
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Loss Prevention for Chico’s FAS

Retail loss prevention departments face many challenges. Employee theft remains the largest source of shrink, and shoplifting - especially related to organized retail crime...
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Is There a Punishment for Shoplifting If Merchandise Is Recovered?

Many are under the assumption that a retailer does not sustain any damages if the merchandise stolen in a shoplifting incident is recovered in...
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Analyze, Alert, Act – Chico’s Technology-Based Approach to Attacking Shrink

After over thirty-five years in specialty retail loss prevention, there is not a lot that surprises Leo Doran. The two long-running “themes” of his professional life have...
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EAS Merchandise Protection Strategy

In recent years, Gap Inc. has implemented a number of electronic article surveillance (EAS) solutions, including in-store applied hard and alarming tags, factory-applied source/soft...
Considerations for Evaluating EAS Source-Tagging Programs

Considerations for Evaluating EAS Source-Tagging Programs

While electronic article surveillance (EAS) has become pervasive in the US retail market, there are still a large number of retailers that have yet...
Self-Checkout Reaches Critical Mass

Self-Checkout Reaches Critical Mass

David R. Humble got the idea as he stood in a long grocery checkout line in south Florida in 1984. The customer in front of...
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