Over the past several years, mobile clients such as smartphone and tablet apps have become a common method to access video on DVRs and video cameras. Most video recorders or video recording software is accompanied by an app which, along with some configuration on site, can be used to access live or recorded video.
We heard a great story from one of our customers this week. To identify a shoplifter, the store posted to their Facebook page a short video of the suspect. Within 14 hours, the suspect was in custody.
Does your company allow employees to use their personal smart phone or tablet for business purposes? This option is commonly referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). BYOD can be a great way to reduce IT costs.
A while ago I was at a customer site where MultiSight was being installed. I noticed that they already had a video system in the store–your typical low cost DVR with analog cameras. This system was being replaced by MultiSight. I asked the customer if this DVR setup had worked for them. The answer was “Yes, but whenever we’d try to see the video remotely, we couldn’t process credit cards.” Attempts to view video remotely would saturate their network connection out of the store, and interfere with their Point of Sale (POS) system’s ability to process credit cards.
In designing features like heatmaps and people counting, we exploit opportunities of MultiSight’s overall architecture in ways many other video systems cannot, so that we can offer these features at lower cost and with greater flexibility.
As the groundwork for enterprisewide data visibility falls into place, a game of connect-the-data dots is playing out in stores.
How the Fortune 500 retailer improved the customer experience with a 50% reduction in false EAS alarms, reducing shrink and mitigating associate risk along the way.
Identifying the breakdowns that cause operational loss is challenging enough. What about prevention?
With an ever-growing list of retail stakeholders leveraging video intelligence, cloud-based, networked video is catching on rapidly.
Video as a service for multi-location businesses.
Choose from our portfolio of fixed and PTZ IP cameras to get the real-time and recorded video you need for advanced security, loss prevention, liability protection and more. Always clear and proven reliable, these video surveillance cameras will show you what you’ve been missing.
The MegaPX Indoor Analytics Dome is a fixed IP camera that combines 1080p video with highly accurate analytics, making it ideal for retailers that want to monitor and analyze customer and employee behavior so they can improve business efficiency.
Take your business to the next level with March Networks Searchlight for Retail. Integrating high-quality surveillance video with point-of-sale (POS) transaction data and highly-accurate analytics, Searchlight delivers powerful insights into key areas of your business.
Retail 20/20 is the most advanced reporting solution in the market today and the only technology to deliver enterprise wide business intelligence for POS along with full video management in a single platform.
Leverage surveillance video and data intelligence to identify and prevent loss – in real time – to improve profitability, and to identify and remove the criminal elements from your business.
Combine people counting intelligence with point-of-sale transaction data to calculate real-time store conversion rates.
Agilence, Inc., the leader in SaaS-based data analytics solutions for retail operations and loss prevention, recently announced software designed to support the unique needs of the restaurant industry with the release of 20/20 F&B.
Agilence, Inc., the leading provider of cloud-based data analytics reporting solutions for operations and loss prevention, today announced that it was named to the top 100 analytics startups of 2015 according to a new report by Mattermark. Mattermark, a leading source of business information, used metrics such as employee growth, product acceptance rates, and funding events to analyze over one million privately held companies across the U.S.
NOMi, the dominant in-store marketing and analytics provider, and March Networks, a leading provider of intelligent IP video solutions, recently announced their first fully integrated solution for advanced loss prevention and retail analytics
March Networks is pleased to introduce a new video-based business intelligence solution that helps retailers elevate store performance and drive profitability in an increasingly competitive landscape.
Using the XProtect Access Control Module (ACM), Intelli-M Access software adds access control management functionality to the Milestone XProtect Smart Client for a truly integrated solution.
Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), announces Kenneth Hune Petersen as the new Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. He will be based out of the global headquarters in Denmark and as a member of the Executive Management Team will report directly to CEO Lars Thinggaard.