Tag: mobile point of sale


RILA’s Asset Protection Leaders Council, Part I

RILA’s Asset Protection Leaders Council, Part I

In an industry as dynamic as retail, asset protection leaders have long been faced with the daunting task of keeping pace with the changing landscape of the industry. This has never been more true than it is today.

Safeguarding company assets is no longer synonymous with simply catching shoplifters and requires   Read More


RILA’s Asset Protection Leaders Council

RILA’s Asset Protection Leaders Council

In an industry as dynamic as retail, asset protection leaders have long been faced with the daunting task of keeping pace with the changing landscape of the industry. This has never been more true than it is today.

Safeguarding company assets is no longer synonymous with simply catching shoplifters and requires   Read More


20 Years On: The Dramatic Metamorphosis of Point-of-Sale Systems

20 Years On: The Dramatic Metamorphosis of Point-of-Sale Systems

Emerging point-of-sale systems technology, including self-checkout, was on full display at the annual National Retail Federation (NRF) conference in January. Among the companies showcasing advances was NCR Corporation, which was also celebrating 20 years since the installation of its first self-checkout solution.

At the show, NCR introduced its new vision-based scanners—replacing   Read More


A New Chapter in Retail

Following are a few article summaries that can provide you with a small taste of the original content available to you every day through our daily digital offerings, which are offered free through LossPreventionMedia.com. In addition to our daily newsletter, a comprehensive library of original content is available to our   Read More


Mobile POS: The Brave New World of Retail

Mobile POS: The Brave New World of Retail

In the beginning, there was the cellular phone. Then arose a new kind of phone, from whence sprang generation upon furious generation of increasingly intelligent smartphones. Today, we are beset by a menagerie of portable devices, their displays ranging in length from thumb to forearm, but, crucially, each embedded with   Read More


Setting the Research Agenda

In the last edition of LP Magazine, we presented the findings from our first benchmark study, which focused on comparing practices and policies on managing shoplifting in retailing. This topic was chosen primarily because it had been discussed extensively at a recent practitioner meeting and was deemed a good starter   Read More


Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 3

Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 3

Here we are at the third and final installment of the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine. I had indicated in the first two articles that part of the third article would include a future look at some of the most important loss prevention technologies and practices such as   Read More