Tag: hard tag
Every so often, a simple idea catches the imagination, fervor, and engagement of a group of people and is developed into a successful practice that revolutionizes a business. Electronic article surveillance (EAS) source tagging is definitely one of those. Read More
By Scott Womack
I purchased the cooler bag and went to one of my corporate retail colleagues to test the bag with two different types of electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags; the classic hard tags and UPC-style sticker tags. After a series of tests, I noted the following results. Read More
Agon Systems, the Swiss-based creator of the innovative Concept Tag that is widely used by major retailers outside the United States, has recently chosen Best Security Industries (BSI) as its exclusive distributor for North America. Read More
Pioneers at Checkpoint Systems’ brand of ALPHA® High-Theft Solutions take tremendous pride in their long history of “firsts.” Our patent list has grown from fifty-six in 2004 to hundreds in 2018. That’s why retailers nationwide think of ALPHA first and foremost.
Spider Wraps®, CableLoks®, Keepers®, 3-Alarm, S3 Single Key Concept, and Read More
Checkpoint optimizes retail operations and efficiencies with real-time, intuitive data delivered throughout the supply chain and in store. Come see Alpha first and discover more proven intelligent retail solutions from Checkpoint at Booth 218. Read More
Checkpoint Systems recently added a new member to the NeedleLok™ high-theft solution family that protects fine garments without leaving a pin hole: Mini NeedleLok.
NeedleLok protects delicate fabric clothing, such as intimates as well as light and thin fabric garments, where a normal hard-tag and pin would leave a damaging hole Read More
Few things are as frustrating for a loss prevention leader than discovering a bad packaging design they know will promote retail shrink— a feature which could easily have been prevented if those who created and approved the packaging had included shrink reduction in the initial design criteria.
For example, in a store, Read More
By Adrian Beck
Since the term radio frequency identification (RFID) came into common usage within the retail environment, around the end of the 1990s, it has in many respects been an idea driven more by hope and hype than practical realization. For retailers, it promised a world where supply chains would become fully Read More