The reality is, employee theft is happening everywhere. In fact, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimates that 75% of employees steal from the workplace at least once—and that most will do so repeatedly. Find out what savvy QSR operators and leaders are now doing to minimize employee theft at their restaurants (and save a lot of time, money, and headaches in the process).
With the wireless industry showing continued strong signs of increased sales, smart wireless dealers are hastening to find ways to capture more market share and build a foundation for profitable growth. Published August 20, 2012.
While spending is on the rise, consumers remain prudent with their hard earned cash as high unemployment rates persist and income levels remain stagnant. In this hyper competitive marketplace, retailers face increased pressure to increase sales and reduce costs to grow profits. Learn how best-in-class retailers are using video-driven business intelligence. Published April 4, 2012.
People Counting is, quite simply, counting people entering and exiting your store locations. People Counting gives retailers the visibility into their operations required to have a full picture of factors behind sales and where action should be taken to address opportunities to improve sales. Without People Counting, retailers are missing the complete picture and can find themselves making uninformed decisions in the absence of real data. Published December 1, 2011.
In the security industry, Managed Video as a Service (MVaaS) has been generating plenty of media buzz as an innovative new video surveillance solution. By bringing a Software as a Service (SaaS) approach to the video surveillance market, MVaaS promises increased scalability, reduced start-up costs and simplified deployment. Published February 10, 2012.