Connectivity and communication performed by computers, cell phones and smart devices via the Internet, are creating new opportunities for managing retail companies. Not only new forms of sale, but also new ways for retailers to manage the security of their stores. Through technology for security and connectivity in retail, security levels can be improved, in addition to bringing the possibility to optimize retail routine with the extensive source of information generated through the use of technology. Such important data can be used to improve efficiency and benefit the customers ‘ shopping experience. The Global Magazine, are some examples of how the connected security systems can be useful to retailers, as reproduced below.
1. INSTANT ALARM INTERVENTION
When an item with alarm coupled undergoes a antifurtos antenna electronic surveillance system, the alarm is raised. Through technology for security and connectivity at retail, involving EAS and CCTV, it is possible to have an image of the area where the alarm was triggered, which is sent via the Internet to the officer in charge of security. A procedure like this allows the security officer to identify the suspected of triggering the alarm and can therefore plan carefully how to approach.
2. PROACTIVE FRAUD NOTIFICATION
Relating the data generated by various security systems such as CCTV and cash management, it is possible to detect fraud and internal theft faster. With the connected systems, strange transactions or were of the ordinary are identified with more ease, alerting you immediately responsible for security.
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3. SAFE HANDLING OF MONEY
Rather than perform the manual count of the notes, retailers, to acquire cash management systems as the Smart Safe, they perform the automatic counting. In addition, the technology for security and retail connectivity also allow the cash management system to monitor the levels of money deposited in every safe and notify the responsible for the collection of values. The procedure of payment of money can only be accomplished by a pre-defined user, through use codes only. Procedures such as this allow a more controlled access to the back-office safes.
4. BUSINESS ANALYSIS
Security systems generate important data that can be leveraged by retail managers, but that are constantly thrown. CCTV systems, for example, can help in the count of visitors to a given establishment. This information about flow of customers in a shop is essential to improve the distribution of employees and, consequently, the service. In addition, the flow of customers can also be used to analyze whether a particular campaign or showcase is having its desired effect. Are important information that can help not only the store in present tense, as well as future marketing actions.
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