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The Future of Video in Loss Prevention

Technological advances have changed the way retailers can market, sell, and deliver products to consumers. The omnichannel evolution has increased selling opportunities and customer touchpoints while simultaneously exposing retailers to new and increasing threats.

Organized retail crime continues to expand and adapt rapidly, making it an increasingly complex issue to address. The retail industry isn’t what it used to be—meaning the traditional approach to loss prevention must also change.

Join five LP experts as they share insights and discuss current factors behind shrink and ORC, the evolution of video technology, and the roles both play in the future of loss prevention in this webinar from Sensormatic.

The panelists are: Paul Zyskowski, director of engineering at Intel IoT Group; Alex Payne, director of loss prevention at Ingles Markets Inc.; Robert Brown, solutions engineer at Axis Communications, Brian Field, senior director, Retail Consulting Practice at Sensormatic; and Vince Ricco, video and vision retail solutions manager at Sensormatic.

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