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Unfortunately, with retail employees leaving jobs more frequently and an increased reliance on seasonal workers, employee fraud is on the rise.
Solution providers offer a wide spectrum of mission-critical products and services designed to help meet the rising demands of the asset protection function and...
DTiQ's customers are owners or operators that want to run a better store or restaurant. They have often been asked to do more with less while competing in a changing landscape. DTiQ supports customers by offering a managed service with minimal upfront costs that delivers smarter locations and superior results.
STANLEY Security Launches Retail Software that Integrates Exception-Based Reporting and Video Surveillance
Designed for flexibility to scale regionally and nationally, TRENDS leverages exception-based insights combined with surveillance footage to uncover inefficient processes.
To successfully innovate today, LP leaders repeatedly emphasize the importance of reciprocity in relationships—forging a two-way bridge between LP and its business partners, between corporate planners and field operators, and between the future and the past.
The vendor-retailer relationship is complicated, time-consuming, and sometimes frustrating. But if it's the right relationship, it can be mutually beneficial and everyone is happy—or at least minimally dissatisfied, depending on your perspective.
Recent years have seen an explosion of consumer products that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI). Self-driving cars, Alexa, Siri, chatbots, Google search, and smart traffic...
Am I sure that he is attempting to steal this merchandise? "Yes, I am sure."
Advanced techniques like machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) can also be extremely beneficial when it comes to supply-chain operations, Profitect CEO Guy Yehiav explains.
At a time when store margins are under intense competitive pressure, retail shrink can make or break a retailer's bottom line. But retail shrink numbers are vulnerable to blind spots and imprecise metrics.