Systems integrators can help end users of all sizes in the retail vertical who are collectively absorbing losses worth billions of dollars from vulnerabilities both outside and inside their establishments.
Al Colombo · January 12, 2017
Retail loss “penalty” costs average U.S. household $615 annually; dishonest employees biggest contributor.
SSI Staff · November 10, 2015
A comic book caper returned seven copies of Marvel’s Civil War
— valued at $1,400 — to JC’s Comics ‘N’ More after an Ohio news station aired surveillance footage of the incident.
SSI Staff · July 20, 2015
Video surveillance footage supplied by the owners of the Sports Mart store in the Mondawmin Mall show a rush of young adults scooping up items and ransacking the property.
SSI Staff · April 29, 2015
The latest Global Retail Theft Barometer study finds retail shrink costs the average U.S. household $403 annually; cost of retail crime as percentage of revenue rose 27% in the U.S.
SSI Staff · November 11, 2014
On a per case average, employees steal approximately 5.4 times the amount stolen by shoplifters, according to loss prevention consulting firm Jack L. Hayes Int’l.
Rodney Bosch · June 26, 2014
Losses from shrink — comprised of shoplifting, employee or supplier fraud, organized retail crime (ORC) and administrative errors — cost retailers worldwide $112 billion, representing 1.4% of retail sales, according to a new report.
November 14, 2013
Massive change is afoot in the retail sector as legacy standalone technologies give way to the cross-functional uses offered by networked systems. Gaining a keen sense of how organizations are evolving, and what challenges and needs confront them, can create problem-solving opportunities.
By Rodney Bosch · July 01, 2013
Shoplifters and dishonest employees swindled more than $6 billion from 24 major retailers in 2011, according to a new survey by loss prevention consulting firm Jack L. Hayes Int’l.
June 04, 2012