Business Video Surveillance: Keep An Eye On Your Store From Afar

Friday, October 24, 2014 by under Asset Protection, Monitoring, Video Surveillance

Business Video Surveillance

Shoplifting and employee theft have detrimental effects on store profitability. Whether you’re a small operation or big corporation, it’s important to keep an eye on your store’s activities to ensure the safety of employees, patrons and assets.

Shoplifting Truths

Shoplifting costs your business profits and may produce the need for downsizing. This harms both you and your employees. Consider the following:

Uncovering Employee Theft

Worse yet is employee theft. Despite thorough background and reference checks, your trusted employees may have the inclination to steal.

Loss Prevention Through Security Technology

The best way to mitigate your risk is to employ available technology to be your eyes when you’re away. A combination of mobile and video surveillance solutions can help prevent lost assets, promote store safety and ease your mind.

Whether you’ve stepped out for lunch or are half way around the world, mobile access and video surveillance let you check in on your store at anytime.

  • View live video streams of your business from your mobile device or desktop.
  • Record clips, and store them for later reference.
  • Remotely arm and disarm your system, control camera angles and adjust views.
  • Enable motion-triggered settings, and receive alerts when someone enters a prohibited area.
  • Monitor employee behavior, and identify point-of-sale red flags.

Bonus: Video surveillance can also provide valuable insight into customer analytics such as customer traffic, purchase habits and sales patterns.

Are you ready to take control of your business’ vulnerabilities and embrace loss prevention technology? Share your experiences below.

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