CSE Crosscom at the Retail Risk Show, Melbourne: A Forum for insights into technological applications for loss prevention
Technology has become an increasingly leveraged medium used by retailers to mitigate loss and support staff.
From surveillance cameras to facial recognition, advancements in technology are helping to improve risk management solutions to combat theft, fraud and general retail loss. In recent years, loss prevention has become an increasingly common concern for retailers.
The National Retail Association (NRA) estimates retail crime is costing Australian businesses up to $9 billion each year. Supply shortages and pricing spikes exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic has also resulted in growing incidences of abusive behaviour towards front-line retail workers.
CSE Crosscom, in partnership with Motorola Solutions, is proud to be attending the Retail Risk show in Melbourne on August 3, 2022 to weigh in on the conversation on loss prevention alongside other retail industry experts.
The conference aims to facilitate discussion to help retailers, academics and law enforcement personnel prevent crime, both in physical and online stores. The diverse discussion spans from data security and fraud prevention measures, to combatting organised retail theft and protection of front-line staff.
CSE Crosscom’s Strategic Innovation Solutions Manager, Andrew Whan will also be attending the event as a speaker, providing deeper insights on the topic of leveraging technological applications for loss prevention and staff protection. Andrew possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in the market development of technology in various sectors, including retail.
If your company operates in the retail sector and would like to take part in the conversation, visit their website for more information.