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How to Choose the Right RFID Solutions for Your Banking and Cash in Transit Needs

With rapid digitization becoming an expectation, rather than an innovation, in many industries, long-lived industries like banking and cash in transit (CIT) need to meet these new demands to keep up with a sea of new fintech competitors. While fintech offers convenience to attract younger customers, long-lasting financial institutions like banks and CIT companies have a history of security and reliability that encourages strong customer loyalty.

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CONTROLTEK Attends Virtual NRF Retail Converge Conference

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (June 8, 2021)CONTROLTEK, a leader in retail asset protection technology, will attend NRF Retail Converge, a virtual conference presented by the National Retail Federation, to showcase its EAS and RFID solutions in the virtual conference expo.

“2020 has shown us that the digitization of retail isn’t slowing down anytime soon, and that includes how we approach asset protection,” said Tom Meehan, CFI, CONTROTLEK’s chief strategy officer and chief information security officer. “We’re looking forward to learning from retailers and other AP experts how they have adapted to the changing retail environment.” 

“One of our top priorities is to help retailers combat current challenges while preparing for the future,” said Rubin Press, vice president of global sales at CONTROLTEK. “Our team’s technology expertise, specific to asset protection, enables us to support retailers on the latest security trends as well as identify the right solutions to future-proof their business.” 

NRF Retail Converge will take place from June 21 to 25 and bring together retailers, law enforcement agencies, and solutions providers in all areas of retail security. CONTROLTEK will be featured in the virtual NRF Converge Marketplace, where solution providers demo new products and technology. 

For more information about NRF Retail Converge, visit their website. 

How RFID Tags Prepare Retailers for the Spike in Shoplifting

As more people become vaccinated, and the numbers of businesses opening their doors continue to increase, we get the sense we are starting to “return to normal”. However, retailers are faced with a familiar challenge that has recently spiked in occurrence: shoplifting.

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How RFID Improves the Customer Experience in Retail

It is abundantly clear to retail moguls and senior management teams that RFID solutions are used throughout the industry to increase efficiency over antiquated barcode technology through its capability to read multiple tags at once. After all, tags store significantly more information than a barcode, and savvy businesses have been quick to incorporate scanners and wireless technology into their process with the ability to identify and capture data, instantly.

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How RFID Meets the Evolving Needs of Retailers

Although it has existed since the 1940s, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has evolved dramatically into what it is today. With enhancements and changes to technology, applications and use cases, RFID is rapidly becoming an invaluable asset for the retail industry. Small RFID tags emit unique signals that allow products to be identified/tracked via remote scanners. CONTROLTEK offers RFID  solutions for any retail application. The technology, which has been used in car keys and tolling systems since the 1990s, in libraries, and in agriculture to track cattle, has evolved over time and now has much potential in meeting the evolving needs of retailers.

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The Weekly Review: Episode 51 with Dr. Read Hayes, Tony D’Onofrio, Tom Meehan

This podcast originally appears in the LPRC website.

In this week’s episode of CrimeScience from Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC), co-hosts Tom Meehan, CFI, Dr. Read Hayes and Tony D’Onofrio discuss active shooters, return costs for retailers, consumer interests, fake COVID vaccine cards and negative tests and more.

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The Weekly Review: Episode 50 with Dr. Read Hayes, Tony D’Onofrio, Tom Meehan

This podcast originally appears in the LPRC website.

In this week’s episode of CrimeScience The Weekly Review from the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC), co-hosts Tom Meehan, CFI, Dr. Read Hayes and Tony D’Onofrio discuss ransomware, LPRC FusionNet and other hot topics in loss prevention.

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The Weekly Review: Episode 49 with Dr. Read Hayes, Tony D’Onofrio, Tom Meehan

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In this week’s episode of CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, CFI and Tony D’Onofrio discuss a new survey about cybersecurity for pharmaceutical companies, an analysis of vaccine effects, the top 6 changes caused by COVID-19 and protests on the West Coast.

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The Weekly Review: Episode 48 with Dr. Read Hayes, Tony D’Onofrio, Tom Meehan

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In this week’s episode of CrimeScience: The Weekly Review, co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, CFI and Tony D’Onofrio discuss vaccine facts, a new call on LPRC FusionNet, state-sponsored vaccine misinformation, Amazon Go in the U.K. and more.

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The Weekly Review: Episode 47 with Dr. Read Hayes, Tony D’Onofrio, Tom Meehan

This podcast originally appears in the LPRC website.

In this week’s episode of CrimeScience from the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC), co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes, PhD, Tom Meehan, CFI and Tony D’Onofrio discuss the new Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the global expansion of 5G and the new COVID-19 relief bill.

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