The LP Industry’s Reference Library
Leading solution providers share the knowledge, expertise, new products, services and technologies re-shaping the retail security industry as we know it. Stay tuned as we continue to develop and evolve our services – adding value to your program, your team, and your career.
September 19, 2023
Many of the tools today can't provide deep context to data and evidence since it's collected and stored in separate tools. This makes it time-consuming and difficult to investigate to find evidence, overarching trends, or risks. So with the problem of siloed EBR, video and case management, what's the solution? It's time for a shift in how companies approach loss prevention to make it more centralized and accessible. Read on!
May 1, 2023
Indyme is revolutionizing the concept of locked merchandise. Imagine allowing your customers to effortlessly access locked merchandise, without the assistance of a store associate. While at the same time securing your high-risk merchandise. As an added bonus, you save loads of labor and get rid of keys and their associated problems forever! Too good to be true? Read on!
January 3, 2019
Many consumers today desire privacy, security and convenience at the same time. But these factors can often seem in direct opposition to each other. While it's possible to provide customers with all three, different businesses are going to prioritize these factors in different ways.
November 29, 2018
Is Privacy Evolving? Experts Weigh In
Earlier this year, Amazon unveiled a service called Amazon Key, in which delivery people are given a key to enter customers' apartments without the customer being at home. More recently, the service expanded to car delivery. Is this a sign that we've entered a post-privacy era, or has the definition of privacy merely changed?
April 9, 2018
Cash management technology helps deter internal cash theft
Retail crime is up, regardless of where you look. And as you already know, this theft is being committed not only by customers, but by employees, too. In fact, one in 27 employees was apprehended for internal theft in 2016 – according to the 29th Annual Retail Theft Survey by Jack L. Hayes International.