The majority of grocery and retail loss occurs in plain sight at the checkout. StopLift’s patented computer vision technology, ScanItAll™, visually determines what occurs during each and every checkout transaction to immediately identify:
- Sweethearting Loss
- Basket-based Loss
- Self-Checkout Loss
For each item lost at the checkout, 50 more items need to be sold just to make up for the one that is unaccounted for.
When cashiers give away merchandise to a customer (friend, family, fellow employee) by the fake scan of merchandise by the cashier, the cashier is sweethearting. This is the most common form of employee theft, and ScanItAll™ is the first ever solution able to detect it.
ScanItAll™ alerts store management the very first time a cashier produces a loss, rather than months or even years down the road, significantly reducing inventory shrinkage, deterring future theft, and boosting profitability.
Basket-Based Loss Detection
Items left in a customer’ s cart are often overlooked by the cashier. This type of shrink is hard on a store’ s margins, since a single Bottom-of-Basket (BOB), Middle-of-Basket (MOB) or Top-of-Basket (TOB) loss is often a large and costly item. For a grocery or retail chain, a single loss per day per store can drive thousands of dollars of loss.
Other MOB/BOB/TOB systems require costly upfront hardware costs and don't always prove ROI. ScanItAll™ uses existing CCTV hardware to immediately detect items left in the cart.
Self-Checkout Loss Detection
When it comes to self-checkout systems, ScanItAll™ understands their unstable design and costly security limitations. StopLift’s loss prevention solution, ScanItAll™, uses video analytic technology to monitor all of your POS systems.
Don’t chance it all, ScanItAll™. Get paid for every item, at every checkout, every time.
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