Zebra Retail Solutions offers robust, simple-to-deploy physical inventory solutions, with audit applications approved by the Big 4 auditing firms, that are out-of-the-box simple. Visit Booth 220 to learn more. Read More
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What does 2018 look like for the loss prevention industry? Consumers expect products to be available immediately, brick-and-mortar retailers are focused on differentiating themselves with in-store experiences, and new technologies keep emerging to both improve and challenge our daily work.
In response to this evolution, LP Magazine interviewed three executives in Read More
Deep inside the data warehouses of companies across the world, billions of dollars are trapped in the subtle variations between the binary 0s and 1s that make up fraud and loss prevention data.
For Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) asset protection conference in 2014, JCPenney approached the University of Texas at Read More
By John Wilson
Everyone knows that the first rule of managing inventory shrink is being able to measure it. This means distinguishing between known and unknown loss and between malicious and non-malicious reasons for stock not being where it should be. And in an industry where loss prevention practitioners are increasingly more commercially Read More
Zebra Technologies has recently announced its strategic partnership with the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s (RILA) (R)Tech Center for Innovation. The partnership will focus on identifying and harnessing emerging technologies to the benefit of the global retail industry.
“Zebra is excited to partner in this effort to co-innovate, develop and offer new Read More
Over the course of four months, students in the UT MSBA program worked closely with asset protection professionals at 7-Eleven to fully understand the organization’s business model and develop hypotheses about how analytics might be used to identify fraudulent activity. Read More
In the 2015 US Retail Fraud Survey, retailers across the country identified analytics and monitoring as the number one area of need. With the average US retailer experiencing shrinkage at a level comprising 1.3 percent of total sales (resulting in an annual $60 billion loss industry-wide), it’s no wonder that Read More