Throughout my career, I’ve seen some outrageous behavior captured on surveillance video. From performance and productivity issues—like employees showing up late and doing personal things on business time—to outright theft, I’ve seen it all. Read More
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March Networks has recently introduced a new software as a service (SaaS) offering for convenience stores. The secure, hosted service will deliver all the benefits of March Networks’ powerful Searchlight for Retail solution—including loss prevention, data analytics and operational audits reporting—for an average cost of just $4 a day. It Read More
While many things about this family-owned business have changed since its founding in 1973, the need to keep a close eye on each location’s inventory hasn’t. Read More
As we increasingly turn to data for the insights that drive our decisions, we do so with the assumptions that the data is available to us, we can use it, and—even more importantly—that it is correct. None of this happens without excellent retail data management. (Bonus: LPM Podcast content!) Read More
Throughout my career, I’ve seen some outrageous behavior captured on surveillance video. From performance and productivity issues—like employees showing up late and doing personal things on business time—to outright theft, I’ve seen it all.
As an owner or manager at any level, it’s disheartening to think of what can go on Read More
March Networks and EZUniverse Announce Strategic Partnership and Launch of New Cloud-Based Video and Retail Data Analytics Service for QSRs
March Networks® and EZUniverse® recently announced a strategic partnership and the launch of a new cloud-based video and retail data analytics service for the quick-service restaurant (QSR) and fast casual market.
March Networks Searchlight™ for QSR powered by 360iQ combines March Networks’ enterprise video solutions with 360iQ, the cloud-based data analytics Read More
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
LP executives often preside over two operations. First, there is the one you think you have—the losses you believe you suffer, the stores you suspect are problematic, and so on. Then, there is the operation that you see after deploying an enterprise IP video solution that ties into data streams Read More
Based on another project, I have spent two months combing over every issue of Loss Prevention magazine. Being a reader from the very beginning and contributing content every now and then, I thought I was pretty familiar with the magazine’s history, its development, and the changes in the industry over Read More