Tag: point of sale system


3 Ways for Retailers to Cut through the Data Deluge

3 Ways for Retailers to Cut through the Data Deluge

Retailers of a certain age will be able to cast their minds back to the 1990s, when they didn’t need to look much further than the trusted combo of a point-of-sale system and supply-chain management tool.

A lot has changed in the decades that have passed: an ever-increasing amount of functions   Read More


LP101: Credit Card Fraud

LP101: Credit Card Fraud

Credit card fraud is a common type of criminal activity in the retail setting that involves the use of credit cards as the form of tender to obtain goods or services, and typically originates with the theft of the actual credit card or the account number. If a credit card   Read More


LP Associates of the Future

The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) Future of LP Working Group looks to the horizon for loss prevention issues that are sure to plague the industry in the near and long-term future. Collaborating with other retailers, as well as relying on the research produced by the LPRC, we as asset   Read More


The Mobile Point of Sale Marches on in Retail

The Mobile Point of Sale Marches on in Retail

In 2013, nearly 66 percent of US smartphone owners used their devices to help them shop, and 80 percent of smartphone owners said they want more mobile-optimized product information while they’re shopping in stores (see Figure 1). These are the sorts of statistics driving the retail-sector mobile revolution. Retailers are   Read More


Better Security. Better Safety. Papa Johns.

Better Security. Better Safety. Papa Johns.

EDITORS NOTE: David Rydeen iscurrently the national director ofsafety and security for Papa JohnsInternational. Over the past twelveyears, he has held several positionsin the companys risk management,people (HR), and operationsdepartments. Rydeen is responsiblefor all the safety and security issuesfor all domestic operations, includingsecurity for the forty-acre headquarterscampus as well as   Read More