Tag: track inventory


Mission Driven

Mission Driven

After a long career in loss prevention, including twenty-six years at Best Buy, Paul Stone, CFE, LPC, is now experiencing unparalleled results. Tempted out of semiretirement six months ago, Stone joined Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin as its vice president of security. “We have zero shrink,” he said, a smile   Read More


Key Features and Benefits of Cloud-Based Logistics Management

Key Features and Benefits of Cloud-Based Logistics Management

Is your business looking for a new way to tackle your supply chain and enhance daily operations? Are you seeking a tool to help you bolster efficiency, catalyze productivity, reduce costs, and drive profitability? Cloud-based logistics management software might be what you need. The technology has become an emerging trend   Read More


March Networks and Patriot One Announce Integrated Video and Covert Weapon Detection Solution

March Networks and Patriot One Announce Integrated Video and Covert Weapon Detection Solution

March Networks and Patriot One Technologies Inc., developer of a revolutionary weapons detection system, recently announced an integration that offers video-enabled covert weapon detection notifications to aid visual verification of potential threats and reconstruct incidents by providing clear video and data evidence to support investigations.

By combining real-time covert weapon detection   Read More


An Update on Major Subjects Affecting Retail LP

An Update on Major Subjects Affecting Retail LP

After completing the three-part series on the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine, I promised to write an additional article that looks at the current and future state of some subjects we discussed that have a huge influence on the retail loss prevention profession. As I looked at the   Read More


No Product Left Behind with Axis (Axis)

No Product Left Behind with Axis (Axis)

In order to fulfill its promise of same- or next-day delivery, home furnishings retailer RC Willey manages $500 million of inventory in warehouses and stores throughout the western US. With millions of dollars of product in constant motion, tracking inventory discrepancies and investigating shrink was a challenge without video support.   Read More