This solution empowers retailers to rapidly identify potential loss incidents and curtail shrink.
(PRWEB) May 05, 2011
Indyme introduces a solution for retailers to reduce merchandise shrink through perimeter doors. The Perimeter Door Monitoring Solution instantly notifies store personnel of unexpected perimeter door openings or unattended open receiving doors.
“How long has this receiving door been open?” Many loss prevention professionals have asked themselves that question after stumbling across a wide open gate in the receiving area of their store. Very often, merchandise disappears through open or unsecured perimeter doors unnoticed, while store associates are unaware that a usually secured door stands wide open, offering an easy escape for shoplifters.
Indyme now has an effective solution that enables store personnel to react fast to open perimeter doors or unexpected door activity. The Perimeter Door Monitoring Solution notifies on-site personnel instantly on their two-way radios or other mobile devices if a receiving door was left open for an extended amount of time, or if a perimeter door opens unexpectedly.
While most alarm systems send alerts to corporate staff or off-site security companies, Indyme’s Perimeter Door Monitoring Solution alerts those people closest to any unexpected activity - on-site personnel - for an effective and fast response before shrink occurs. It represents a valuable new tool for loss prevention departments.
The Indyme Perimeter Door Monitoring Solution can connect to existing alarm systems, adding on-site notification capabilities to already existing alerts sent to monitoring facilities. The solution can also function as a stand-alone system by using door contacts as triggers for messages to store personnel.
“This solution empowers retailers to rapidly identify potential loss incidents and curtail shrink” says Steve Deal, CEO of Indyme Solutions.
About Indyme Solutions:
Indyme Solutions has provided retail-focused event response systems to retail store chains for 25 years. Following the common focus of “Instant Notification… Rapid Response”, these systems improve customer service, POS speed of service, team productivity, shrink, and much more. Systems are currently deployed in over 22,000 stores including most of the major US retail chains.